ispconfig install bump

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by alxfirst, Jul 7, 2008.

  1. alxfirst

    alxfirst New Member

    hello everyone.
    long story short linux meganoob starts installing linux server
    how to forge guide ..all runs smooth
    i eventually manage to get the install pack of ispconfig on the server and start the install (quite hart ...after the guide i thought all the extra bits and pieces for linux are like apt-get install .....)

    and the problem .
    i am also a noob in this server world and the thing that really bugs me is the install questions:D

    got stuck on these:

    Please enter the IP address of the ISPConfig web: E.g. 192.168.0.1 (the one on the localnetwork? (server is in a router that has a direct ip) or the direct one and from router set the dmz to the server?
    Please enter the host name: E.g. www (here i am lost)
    Please enter the domain: E.g. xyz.de (lost also)


    i bought the domain (ex server.ro)(do i have to go to the manage of that domain and point it to my server already?)

    and what do i enter as hostname?

    got stuck here and aborted.....

    si it says after every thing i tried invalid url:(


    please help if you have some time and explain it to me
    because i was just getting the hang of linux and hate to kick it to the curve and go win2003server:(

    thank you in advance
    alexandru R
     
    Last edited: Jul 7, 2008
  2. Hans

    Hans Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Use the internal IP-address of your server within your LAN.
    For the hostname, use: www
    For the domain name use: the domain name (without www) that you've bought. Here, you can also use the internal IP-address of your server and change it later within ISPConfig).

    If you don't use DMZ, you don't forget to forward the port you use on your server, like for example:

    FTP: 21
    SSH: 22
    DNS: 53
    pop3: 110
    smtp: 25
    imap: 143
    http: 80
    https: 443

    If you don't forward the ports you use, the services can't be reached from outside.

    Within the DNS-records of your domainregistar, you need to set several records.
    At least you must point the A-record to the external IP-address of your Internet connection.
    Use the MX-10 record for your mail.

    It can take some hours before your modifications within the DNS-records will take affect so be patient.
     
  3. alxfirst

    alxfirst New Member

    thank you

    i think i tried that
    i mean to put the ip adress of the server from the network
    but it still said url not reachable
    i'm going to try again now...
    at first i won't conf it for the net ...i just need it to run locally to develop som web based content to see how it works out ...so no need to worry about dns propagation..


    ##########is it a problem if i quit the install at that stage and now i start it again? ##############
    i will write back soon to tell the results.
    thank you very much for having the patience to explain
     
    Last edited: Jul 7, 2008
  4. alxfirst

    alxfirst New Member

    bonus for helpig: :)
    attached is a pic of my linux server.. i may be a noob but i get extra points for originality:D
    intel dgly mini atx:D
    1,3 Ghz 1GBram
    in old cd player case
    silent and only 49W
     

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  5. alxfirst

    alxfirst New Member

    upon trying to install again it skiped that step that troubled me...
    the problem is now i don't know where the config file is so i can change them :D
     
  6. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    The ISPConfig configuration is in /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/lib/config.inc.php.
     
  7. alxfirst

    alxfirst New Member

    no such file or directory

    so maybe install was not succesfull..
    any ideea how to uninstall

    best regards

    THank you
     
  8. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Run
    Code:
    /root/ispconfig/uninstall
     
  9. alxfirst

    alxfirst New Member

    just want to say thank you a\gain for the fast replies

    and for having such patience with a linux noob...
    sorry if i did not follow the guidelines of asking questions and look through the pages
    but you were kind enough not to get upset and
    you answered verey fast
    thank's guys you're the greatest
     

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