Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by mickeb, Oct 12, 2007.

  1. mickeb

    mickeb New Member

    I have a minimal installation of debian. Now i wanted to install ISPconfig but!

    Do i have to install all req services like apache, mysql and such or does the ISP config download them within the install?

    • Apache Webserver version 1.3.12 or later / 2.0.40 or later
    • Sendmail or Postfix
    • Procmail
    • Quota Package
    • ProFTP as standalone version or vsftpd as inetd/xinetd/standalone version
    • PHP 4.0.5 or newer as Apache module
    • MySQL data base
    • a POP3/IMAP daemon that supports either the traditional Unix-Mailbox format (e.g.
    • gnu-pop3d, qpopper, ipop3d, popa3d or vm-pop3d) or the Maildir format (e.g.
    • Courier-Imap)
    • OpenSSL and mod_ssl for the creation of SSL virtual hosts
    • BIND8 / BIND9
    • iptables or ipchains
    • gcc and cpp, the c and c++ compilers

    I installed the gcc (apt-get install gcc) to tar ISPconfig but do i need the other also? If i need them how to i install them in the fastest way consider there is a list for debian which program needed?

    If i need install them manually shall i just simply do

    Thanks in advance

    Humble regards
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

  3. mickeb

    mickeb New Member

    Sorry! I found the perfect guide that you need read and do as it say in it before you begin with the ISP config..

    Sorry i will look into it now!
  4. mickeb

    mickeb New Member

    Im stuck at Quota

    problem is:

    I have setup like this:
    How do i add the ,usrquota,grpquota properly?
  5. mickeb

    mickeb New Member

    Is there any possibility to not install BIND DNS ? I have a dns server already. If so how can i do that? Or should i just install it and dont use it in the ISPconfig? I guess if i dont install bind dns ISPconfig will complain when i install it?

    humble regards

  6. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer


    /dev/sda2 / ext3 defaults,usrquota,grpquota 0 0

    You can not install ISPConfig without bind.
  7. mickeb

    mickeb New Member

    Thanks a lot! The install went smooth, no errors at all. Highly recommend the Perfect debian 4.0 guide. Actuallly its the best guide i have read ever!

    Many thanks again

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