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Old 31st May 2006, 23:05
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Question Apache Setup Issue Using Perfect Setup Suse10.1

Hi another newbie here and liking Linux so far.

Just trying to set up a web server for the first time and using the above guide by Falko i have come across 2 issue so far.

1 was at the DNS setup (stage 5), I cannot remeber what the problem was now so I skipped this step, do I need to complete this step to get the web server to work correctly.

The second is at stage 9 where I am now, when typing the first command

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yast2 -i apache2 apache2-devel apache2-mod_perl apache2-mod_php5 apache2-prefork perl-HTML-Parser perl-HTML-Tagset perl-Tie-IxHash perl-URI perl-libwww-perl php5 php5-devel zlib zlib-devel
YaST launches then comes back with the error message:

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Following packages haven't been found on the medium: apache2-devel
Does anybody have any ideas? Have I not installed something correctly?

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Old 31st May 2006, 23:39
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1 was at the DNS setup (stage 5), I cannot remeber what the problem was now so I skipped this step, do I need to complete this step to get the web server to work correctly.
You must install BIND, otherwise you cannot install ISPConfig. BIND is a prerequisite for ISPConfig. But you don't need it if you don't plan to install ISPConfig.

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YaST launches then comes back with the error message:

Does anybody have any ideas? Have I not installed something correctly?

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Did you change the installation sources as described in the tutorial?
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Did you change the installation sources as described in the tutorial?
aah I must be blind as a bat I have just noticed it.

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On http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_setup_suse_10.1_p4 , right at the beginning: "2 Adding Installation Sources"
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One last thing, is there a command or a way through YaST2 to download the ISP software directly to the server?

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You mean ISPConfig? No, that doesn't work. You must download ISPConfig from Sourceforge and install it manually.
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I have downloaded ISPConfig to a CD and tried everything I can think of to get it off the CD onto the server but none of them have worked. Can anybody help?
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I recommend to use the "wget" command to download ISPConfig directly to your server.

Or you download ISPConfig to your (windows or linux) workstation and use SCP a program like winscp for windows to transfer the file to your server.
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wget was the command i was after. Thanks
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