Installation via Putty

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by ego, Nov 7, 2006.

  1. ego

    ego New Member

    Hello experts!

    I was installing ISPConfig via putty on my lunch hour. Sadly, I had to leave the desk for a help call (5 minutes) and upon my return putty had timed out and disconnected my session.

    Upon the disconnection I was near the end of the install and inputing my host and domain name. I started another session, and resinstalled ISPConfig but this time I was not asked for the host/domain information, MySQL info, etc. I can not login to ISPConfig via the web (which makes sense)

    Is there anyway to fix ISPConfig now that all of this has happened or anyway to "uninstall it"?

    thanks for any help in advanced
  2. domino

    domino New Member

    cd /root/ispconfig
    But before you uninstall, I wold try to fix it. The devs might help you wit that.
  3. Hans

    Hans Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Because you are not sure about the status of your ISPConfig, i would recommend to uninstall it and start over again. Then you'll see what you're doing!

    It is not a lot of work and in that case you are sure if everything is ok or not.
    You can unstall ISPConfig in two ways:

    rm -rf /root/ispconfig
    rm -rf /home/admispconfig

  4. ego

    ego New Member

    Thanks for the help everyone. I successfully got ISPConfig un-installed and then reinstalled it. Everything went fine.

    I am now trying to login to the interface via https and I am getting this error in firefox:

    Could not establish an encrypted connection because the certificate presented by https://<FQDN>:81 is invalid or corrupted. Error Code- 8182

    I just found this:

    I will try this later this evening. Thanks again everyone, this linux community seems to be a good one.
    Last edited: Nov 7, 2006
  5. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    The link that you posted in your update will work to fix the corrupt certificate error.

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