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Old 27th August 2010, 12:31
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I use ISP Config 3 on single server setup. OS ubuntu 8.04. It's works great, but maybe I will switch to CentOS 5.5.

Do, whatever you like - but a little hint from one of the developer of ISPConfig. if you switch, switch to debian! debian is the best supported OS, because most of the developer use debian
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Old 27th August 2010, 13:06
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Wow 10x very, very match.
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Old 27th August 2010, 13:44
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Thank you very much.
So if I set for example SuEXEC and fast-cgi, shut work fine?
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Thank you very much.
So if I set for example SuEXEC and fast-cgi, shut work fine?
It should work fine
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Using ISPCOnfig3 on a remote production server on a Centos5 machine with pdns and another on the debian server in a virtual environment with mydns-ng (using openvz). Working great for more than a year!!!

I tried with multiserver setup and did not like the idea to install DBMS (mysql) in each instance. However it is a nice setup to have distributed servers for security reasons.

4/5* to ISPConfig3 (better and simpler and commercially available solutions and other FLOSS stuffs, I tried all of them, indeed).

Thanks to Falko, Till and the developers for the wonderful product!!!
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Do, whatever you like - but a little hint from one of the developer of ISPConfig. if you switch, switch to debian! debian is the best supported OS, because most of the developer use debian
IS there differrence between using Debian or Ubuntu with ISPC3?
Originally i used Debian Etch and Lenny with ISPC2 and now i switched to Ubuntu 10.04 LTS as it has promised support until 2015 (!)
Main reason actualy was that there is still not Debian 6, and lenny seems bit obsolete to me...
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Old 30th August 2010, 09:25
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IS there differrence between using Debian or Ubuntu with ISPC3?
Originally i used Debian Etch and Lenny with ISPC2 and now i switched to Ubuntu 10.04 LTS as it has promised support until 2015 (!)
Main reason actualy was that there is still not Debian 6, and lenny seems bit obsolete to me...
Sorry - i don't know, because i am only using debian (like i told you
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