Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by danibel, Sep 28, 2019.
I need to install ispconfig on centos 8
"The Perfect Server" Centos 8
Are you creating it?
this is for debian 10.
Based on the above tutorial, it is easy to setup for centos.
change apt-get to yum .
it should get most of the app installed on your system.
yum -y install ssh openssh-server
Thanks you Very much, but I don't want to have problems, it will be an important server
I wait for the new "The Perfect Server Centos 8"
When will it be ready?
I will start adapting ISPConfig for CentOS 8 in the next days, this will take between several days to several weeks, depending on the number of changes that need to be made. But it's quite likely that we will add support for CentOS 8 in ISPConfig in 2019.
Was curious if there was any update on this?
I'm trying to do it by myself, but I found that some crucial packages are not already included: dovecot-pigeonhole getmail and postgrey
Basically, (for me) it just it that is remaining...
Probably I could simply build it by myself, but I prefer to use from original rpm files
hello, how does it look like with CENTOS 8 support?
I too am looking forward for Centos 8 support.
I've succesfully installed ISPConfig 3.1 on CentOS 8, but I cannot vouch for 100% flawlessly working support. I've just installed and tested it as a standalone-installation in a VM and not in a production environment!
Firstly you will need to (re)build certain packages yourself, like dovecot for dovecot-pigeonhole and some more packages. If you are are lazy you can grab those missing packages from my copr repo: https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/ms217/el8-ispconfig-missing-pkgs/
Those are unaltered rebuilds based on EL7/EL8/FC30+ packages! Alternatively you could wait until the CentOS package maintainers and EPEL have finally added the missing packages, which are required by ISPConfig.
Then you'll also need a modified version of stable-3.1 from here https://git.ispconfig.org/ms217/ispconfig3, or just grab the patches from there and patch the official stable-3.1 branch yourself.
Thank you very much for replying and sharing your packages. I will check it out.
Can you kindly explain how did you built this rpms?
Noticed today that dovecot-pigeonhole amongst others has now made it into upstream and also CentOS 8 EPEL repos - installed the RPM just fine on my CentOS 8 test machine.
Keen to learn compatability now with ISPCONFIG and happy to help test if required.
Thank you very much for the notice. I'll try to make the perfect server guide for CentOS 8 then.
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for looking into this. I do appreciate it.
I just tried the yum --> dnf commands in the perfect server docs. Here are my results. Please take note that I am not an expert. Just sharing only.
1. Should we continue to use remi?
Doesn't Centos 8 have a thing called module stream? That should keep the php versions upto date?
2. These are the rpm packages that do not seem to be available. I could be wrong.
ntp (possible solution - https://www.tecmint.com/install-ntp-in-rhel-8/)
php-mysql (could we use php-pdo and php-mysqlnd?)
3. Not needed?
4. Change to?
python-devel --> python36-devel
I used dnf instead of yum.
I hope this helps in some way.
The actual yum command has been removed from CentOS 8 but it kinda does still exist as a symlink, linking to /usr/bin/dnf.
If you want to use additional PHP versions then I do highly recommend to continue using Remi.
I am using his Repo since a very long time. It's simply the best out there if you don't want to maintain your own PHP packages.
He even backports critical bugfixes to certain PHP versions that are already EOL. Where do you get this service for free?
Some packages are only available through the Powertools stream. Some others should be provided by EPEL and some have been even renamed. For example certain PHP packages have been renamed to php-pecl-<module>. However it might be possible that here and there some packages might be still missing.
Thank you for your advice. I will do the remi route.
How to activate Powertools stream?
This should do the trick:
dnf config-manager --set-enabled PowerTools
dnf config-manager --set-enabled PowerTools
I will check this out. Thank you for sharing.
While making the documentation, if there is something that needs to be tested, I can help with testing. Please note that I am not an expert but I can try.
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