Let me just say that never in my 10 years of Linux experience have I ever tried to install software which deleted all of its own install files if there is an error. That is the most ridiculous copout I have ever seen. Too bad if I have made modifications to any of the install scripts; they're now all gone. Too bad if an error occurs during installation; I have no way of figuring out what the error was. I am now on my third attempt at installing this application and if there's a problem it means I start all over again. I sure hope that in the next version this program can figure out where an error occurred and pick up where it left off. If Apache compiles fine the first time there is no need to recompile it every time in case PHP dies. And deleting files from a user's computer without asking them is just plain wrong. And as a hint to anyone who is getting as frustrated with this rudimentary install script as I am... rename your "install_ispconfig" directory before installing and at least you won't have all your files deleted.