Manual Install / compilation - default paths

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by fabiosergio, Apr 22, 2010.

  1. fabiosergio

    fabiosergio New Member

    Hi, can I install all by hand compilation in my own path.??
    I'm manually install all the things, like pure-ftpd, apache, php, posfix, .....
    I'm installing in a path like "/soft/ftp", "/soft/httpd/"....

    There's any restriction

    I just started the installation process but before a finish I wanna now if there's any restriction with manual install or/with the path's?

    Any help is appreciated!!!
    By Apt-get is more easy to install and to upgrade but,
    manually installed in the machine the performance its really better!! :D
    I need the best performance because i will handle hundred of domain's

    By the way... I'm documenting all the process, and after I will submit to howtoforge.
    I'm following the Perfect server Debian but without apt-get's
     
  2. Mark_NL

    Mark_NL New Member

    We're running 1000+ domains with mail with apt-get packages just fine, so i don't see any benefits from using tarballs, unless you want to learn how to compile your own stuff and / or need to have your own customised package requirements. packages saves you alot of hassle.

    But besides that, as long as you set a --prefix then you should be just fine.
     
  3. fabiosergio

    fabiosergio New Member

    thanks

    hi, thanks for the reply!! And for let me now that you run 1000's of domains without problem's.

    My company make me a requirement and its to be compiled on the machine.:eek:
    this requirement is because we have old servers with 1000's of domains and a hudge trafic of mail without problem for more than 3 years.

    I will lose some days on installing and testing process before go to production.

    thanks
     
  4. Mark_NL

    Mark_NL New Member

    Code:
    tux:~# for app in `find /usr/local/src -type d`; do cd $app;./configure --prefix=/usr/local/$app;make;make install;cd.. done
    ;)
     
  5. fabiosergio

    fabiosergio New Member

    Simple a amazing

    Great suggestion!! :D
    Simple script to do all!!

    the only doubt I have is if ISPconfig 3 requires the default path's.
    But now I see that is not a requirement!!! Great Panel
    Other panel that I have tried just look in the default folder if not just fails!!:(

    I'm new to ISPconfig but i'm turning on a fan!!!

    The unique thing that the customer's/clients could complain is for a web-ftp and install script (like joomla, wordpress) and less complexity for DNS or auto Add a DNS zone wen add a domain.

    web-ftp I found a solution here in the forum, and auto-script installer is in the next release.

    Thanks. And great panel.
    I hope in the future, help the project.
    (for now, and the next few mouth's I'm with lots of works)
    Sorry for my English, I hope everybody could understand me.
     

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