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Old 18th April 2010, 19:34
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I checked the compileuser directories, and there is something slightly different there, but not the "postfix-2.3.3-2.1.x86_64.rpm" file I'm looking for.

The directory listing I last gave is from "/usr/src/redhat/RPMS/x86_64", so I'll start the process all over again, and see what happens.

I will have to do some research on the Debain option... the reason I was working with CentOS, is because Cpanel works with it, once it's installed properly. I don't know that Debain does. ??
CPanel?!?! Are you sure that it will work with ISPConfig?

Anyway..... on my research on ISPConfig installation on CentOS.... on my virtual machine with the tutorial worked fine.... and if i remeber exactly you said that you are new in this kind of stuf.... mixing ISPConfig with Cpanel i'm sure that is a serious job.... you just limit to simple facts (BTW i've never tried CPanel.... and never will - all i've got it's enought for me)

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Old 19th April 2010, 19:27
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CPanel?!?! Are you sure that it will work with ISPConfig?

Anyway..... on my research on ISPConfig installation on CentOS.... on my virtual machine with the tutorial worked fine.... and if i remeber exactly you said that you are new in this kind of stuf.... mixing ISPConfig with Cpanel i'm sure that is a serious job.... you just limit to simple facts (BTW i've never tried CPanel.... and never will - all i've got it's enought for me)
Well, I just went through the install from the beginning, and I'm hung up in the same place:

Commands:
(1) rpmbuild -ba postfix.spec
(2) rpm -ivh postfix-2.3.3-2.1.x86_64.rpm


(1) error: line 150: Bad arg to %patch -p: %package fplogsumm
(2) error: open postfix-2.3.3.x86_64.rpm failed: no such file or directory


I'm just trying to install this OS, using the tutorial, and I have not had a breakthrough on this... maybe I should use an ISPConfig2 instead? I know this shouldn't be this difficult...my directories are the same as shown in prior in this thread. Why would I be getting these errors? If needs-be, pretend I'm a child... I don't mind... lol

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Old 20th April 2010, 05:54
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Hi idsinc,

this may not be very helpful, but I had the exact same problem when installing a FC8 with ISPConfig 2, and it was a syntax error in my file when adding the patch listings. I used a l instead of an 1 and when I located and changed my error, all continued as planned. I was using a terminal window when installing and 1 and l appeared exactly the same. perhaps 0 and O are yours?

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I'm sorry about your fail managing to install from the tutorial. May i ask you what version of CentOS you have installed? 5.3 or 5.4?

About the installation of ISPConfig 2 - depends on what you need from the server (try to read about the difference between 2 and 3)

Just because you encountered the same errors - beats me about why it's happens this way.
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Old 20th April 2010, 14:32
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Hi idsinc,

this may not be very helpful, but I had the exact same problem when installing a FC8 with ISPConfig 2, and it was a syntax error in my file when adding the patch listings. I used a l instead of an 1 and when I located and changed my error, all continued as planned. I was using a terminal window when installing and 1 and l appeared exactly the same. perhaps 0 and O are yours?

Good luck.
I changed the 1 to an l (small L), and I get the same error, I even changed it back to 0, and it's the same error. Thanks for the input though... every part helps.
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I'm sorry about your fail managing to install from the tutorial. May i ask you what version of CentOS you have installed? 5.3 or 5.4?

About the installation of ISPConfig 2 - depends on what you need from the server (try to read about the difference between 2 and 3)

Just because you encountered the same errors - beats me about why it's happens this way.
I'm using CentOS 5.3. What I planned to do was set up a server to host multiple websites. I wanted to be able to host as if I had Cpanel, where a remote user could sign in and set up their own website if they wanted. That's why I picked ISPConfig 3... and had further thought about installing Cpanel, once I got the OS up and installed properly.

The link I got from you was wget ftp://ftp.chg.ru/pub/Linux/CentOS/5.4/os/SRPMS/postfix-2.3.3-2.1.el5_2.src.rpm because the link I tried to get this from in the tutorial was 'down'. I assumed that even though the link contains a 5.4 reference, the postifix was probably the same. Is that link for both 5.4 and 5.3?

The link in the tutorial is still down, wget http://ftp-stud.fht-esslingen.de/pub/Mirrors/centos/5.3/os/SRPMS/postfix-2.3.3-2.1.el5.2.src.rpm

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ISPConfig has allready this interface, where you can enter multiple domains and so on..... As it's says the tutorial is for 5.3. Maybee the repo for CentOS was changed.
So you should search for a 5.3 version.

TRY - http://www.howtoforge.net/perfect-se...64-ispconfig-3 it is for CentOS 5.4

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ISPConfig has allready this interface, where you can enter multiple domains and so on..... As it's says the tutorial is for 5.3. Maybee the repo for CentOS was changed.
So you should search for a 5.3 version.

TRY - http://www.howtoforge.net/perfect-se...64-ispconfig-3 it is for CentOS 5.4

Yes, that new link works. I deleted the existing files I had in the directory, and ran the link.

I still get the errors:


Commands:
(1) rpmbuild -ba postfix.spec
(2) rpm -ivh postfix-2.3.3-2.1.x86_64.rpm


(1) error: line 150: Bad arg to %patch -p: %package fplogsumm
(2) error: open postfix-2.3.3.x86_64.rpm failed: no such file or directory


See, I don't know about skipping "11 Apply Quota Patch To Postfix" What is the importance of this part of the installation?
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If you want to host different sites and email i recommend to have quota installed on your sistem... and maybe it will cause more problems in further installation.

Now if i've found that exists an 5.4 Perfect Server Installation i'm sure that all your problems are from the package repo.

Download the new version of centOS and give it a try. I give up on your actual problem.

LE: try to learn to access your server by remote with a ssh client, as i've told you. (Ex: In puTTY enter your server IP on port 22 -> connect (OPEN) -> a message will apear -> OK -> in the window (black one) it will ask you for user and password (enter root and rootpassword) and you will have a remote command line to server and now you can copy the commands from the web (select them) and then just click right button from your mouse (this is the paste comand) [take care with spaces and select only needed text]

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Whoever has the "perfect-server-centos-5.3-x86_64-ispconfig-3 " should probably remove it form HowtoForge... especially because of dead links.

Thanks all for your help... I'll see what else I can try.
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