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Old 31st August 2011, 06:15
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Hi,
My setup is Ubuntu 11.04 host with multiple Debian Sqeeze and Wheezy nodes.
Not all of my vm's have aptitude installed so if I try to do an OS upgrade from ISPConfig control panel I get errors.

Do OS-Update at remote server

This Action does a 'aptitude -y upgrade' at your selected server.

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What is recommended here?

Should I install aptitude on every node or can I change the command somewhere in ISPConfig configuration.

Also the exact distro is often not correctly reported in the ISPConfig interface - this doesn't bother me much at all but I would be interested in fixing it if I could.

The Ubuntu host is reported as being a Debian Sqeeze install and the Debian Wheezy (testing) node is being reported as unknown.

Thank you for any help.
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Old 31st August 2011, 10:13
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Either install aptitude on the servers or change the command from aptitude to apt in /usr/local/ispconfig/server/mods-available/remoteaction_core_module.inc.php

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The Ubuntu host is reported as being a Debian Sqeeze install and the Debian Wheezy (testing) node is being reported as unknown.
Regarding the Ubuntu node, waht is in the file /etc/debian_version ? Regarding Wheezy, this is not supported yet and therefor reported as unknown debian compatible system.
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Old 31st August 2011, 10:25
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Sure enough it now says "Squeeze/Sid" in debian version on the host which is definately a Ubuntu install.

I can always change this I guess?

I install Ubuntu because I use lxc and the kernel has better support.
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Old 31st August 2011, 10:29
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I can always change this I guess?
I wont do that if I were you. This is the official file from Ubuntu and not a file from ISPConfig and other software packages rely on the contant of that file to detect the installed Linux distribution.
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Old 31st August 2011, 11:44
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Okay I will leave it alone.
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