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Old 1st December 2011, 15:16
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I want to create a new web server. Which Ubuntu release you can to advice me:
10.04LTS or final 11.10 for ISPConfig2?

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Old 1st December 2011, 18:06
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I'd skip Ubuntu and go for Debian stable (aka Squeeze). It is what Ubuntu 11.x was based on, and will be supported for a long time
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Old 2nd December 2011, 14:36
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Ubuntu have Good Support command.
As I see debian now have 6.03 release.
And questions about Ubuntu release upgrade. Can I now install final 11.10 release and after that upgrade to 12.04LTS (using ISPConfig2) ?

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Old 2nd December 2011, 17:27
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ISPConfig 2 does not compile on Ubuntu 11.10 (that's why there's no Perfect Server tutorial for Ubuntu 11.10 + ISPConfig 2 yet). As we might stop maintaining ISPConfig 2 soon, it's better to go with ISPConfig 3.
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In one server we use ISPConfig3. But we have some problems with email users, with aliases. And email addresses configuration is more difficult than in ISPConfig2.
This new server will have one domain. One web page and 50-60 email users.
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Quote:
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In one server we use ISPConfig3. But we have some problems with email users, with aliases.
Did you check your mail log?

Quote:
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And email addresses configuration is more difficult than in ISPConfig2.
It's just a matter of habit.
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