Amazon Linux

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by kervin, May 7, 2012.

  1. kervin

    kervin New Member

    I've tried running install on Amazon Linux and I get...

    "Unrecognized GNU/Linux distribution" error.

    Does ISPConfig support Amazon Linux?
     
  2. till

    till Super Moderator

    ISPConfig supports Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, OpenSuSE and CentOS. You should find images on amazon for these distributions as well.
     
  3. kervin

    kervin New Member

    Thanks. I'll give Ubuntu a try.

    Just that the complete management stack is geared for Amazon Linux ( which from what I've seen is binary compatible with CentOS / Redhat ).
     
  4. dclardy

    dclardy New Member

    The installer of ISPConfig checks for certain distributions in the installer. You can override this by throwing a fake input into the installer files to make it think that you have CentOS installed. It should not be that hard.
     
  5. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    The function get_distname() in install/lib/install.lib.php should give you the idea. I think all you need is an empty /etc/redhat-release file, so you can try
    Code:
    touch /etc/redhat-release
     
  6. kervin

    kervin New Member

    Thanks!

    I wasn't sure if doing so would break something else later down the line.

    I decided to use ubuntu moving forward, but Amazon Linux would've been my first chance if ISPConfig supported it.
     

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