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Old 3rd November 2011, 15:04
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Also, for the file that needs revision (for CPanel login), does the "host" need to change to "localhost" and db to "ispconfigdb" or leave at defaults and change only username and password?
Host has to be 'localhost' and database name is the name of your ispconfig database.

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I have done everything in the book to change the password in the config.php file and nothing works. (Control Panel Interface)
So you tested the login details from the postfix mysql file first (e.g. by using them to login to phpmyadmin or the mysql command) as I asked you in #24? So whats the outcome, did they work or did they not work when you use this username and password to login to phpmyadmin? And you used the correct filename, the file is named config.inc.php and not config.php.

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/etc/resolv.conf brings an error nameserver not found.
Thats a text file file, it can not bring up such a error as it is not a pplication. So whats exactly inside that file?

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All of my sites are live...servers running, so the nameservers are working?
No. Thats something different.
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Old 3rd November 2011, 16:41
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Till,

Ok, host is localhost and db name is left at default dbispconfig.

In the /etc/postfix/mysql* the password is a long string of letters and numbers about 25 total. (encrypted password maybe?) I can log into phpMyAdmin just fine through mu old root password and the server URL, so what relation does the postfix password string have to ISPConfig CPanel login password?

Next answer...sorry for the abbreviation, but yes I am using this file:

config.inc.php

/etc/resolv.conf contains the exact same information has it has from day one with the old version of ISPConfig:

# Generated by NetworkManager
search example.com
nameserver 24.25.x.xx
nameserver 24.25.x.xx

I think I answered everything this time
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Old 3rd November 2011, 16:49
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In the /etc/postfix/mysql* the password is a long string of letters and numbers about 25 total. (encrypted password maybe?)
Thats the cleartext password. Please try the username and password that you find there to see if you can login with them to the mysql database with phpmyadmin.

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I can log into phpMyAdmin just fine through mu old root password and the server URL,
You can not test the relevant login with the root user.

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so what relation does the postfix password string have to ISPConfig CPanel login password?
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This is the username and password used by all services incl. the controlpanel to access the ispconfig database.

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/etc/resolv.conf contains the exact same information has it has from day one with the old version of ISPConfig:

# Generated by NetworkManager
search example.com
nameserver 24.25.x.xx
nameserver 24.25.x.xx
According to wget, they are unreachable at the moment. Please replace the file content with this data:

Code:
search example.com
nameserver 8.8.8.8
nameserver 8.8.4.4
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Old 3rd November 2011, 16:57
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The problem doesn't seem to be the IPs, as Google global ips are not working either. This is the error:


nameserver: command not found

The command "nameserver" is simply not recognized
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Old 3rd November 2011, 16:59
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There is no command nameserver, I asked you to replace the content of the file /etc/resolv.conf with the content I posted above and not to execite the content of the file as linux shell commands.
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Ok, in other words, the EXACT contents.

Also, the user and password string in /etc/postfix/mysql* gives no access.
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Ok, in other words, the EXACT contents.
yes. Then please try if downloading ispconfug with wget works now.

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Also, the user and password string in /etc/postfix/mysql* gives no access.
Ok.

Is the mysql root password in the file /usr/local/ispconfig/server/lib/mysql_clientdb.conf correct?
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Old 3rd November 2011, 17:12
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Till,

I made a mistake and didn't follow instructions. I used the username and password from /etc/postfix/mysql* to access the CPanel, NOT phpMyAdmin.

When I used it to access phpMyAdmin, I accessed it. The only db there is ispconfig and the Information Schema

Progress??
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Old 3rd November 2011, 17:23
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When I used it to access phpMyAdmin, I accessed it. The only db there is ispconfig and the Information Schema
Ok, thats good.

Next step, please do what I suggested in #37 to see if changing /etc/resolv.conf fixes the dns resolving issue and also verify if the root password in that file is correct.
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Ok, I did precisely what you suggested with regards to /etc/resolv.conf

error: hostname not found
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