Need Help With Some Settings

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by jarrell, Sep 5, 2006.

  1. jarrell

    jarrell New Member

    During inital installation after doing the ./setup its in a completely different language than im used to. So during that selection option where I can say I want english I chose it and kept going with installation. Now please dont get confused when I say this because this is the best way I know how to explain whats going on:

    When you edit some sort of setting; you see it in english. On submission (clicking save); its in some other language I understand and comes right back to english! Can somebody tell me how to fix that?

    Also I need someone to tell me how to get ispconfig to start as a service so that when the machine is rebooted; ispconfig is automatically restarted with it.:) Thanks alot!!
     
  2. jjw

    jjw New Member

    /sbin/chkconfig ispconfig_server on should ensure that the ISP config server starts every time you reboot (I think this is set by default, but you could run /sbin/chkconfig --list | grep ispconfig to see). Can't help you with your first issue though. Good luck.
     
  3. jarrell

    jarrell New Member

    [root@jdubbhosting ~]# chkconfig ispconfig_server on
    service ispconfig_server does not support chkconfig
    [root@jdubbhosting ~]#
     
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Can you post the beginning of one of the other init scripts in /etc/init.d?

    That's strange... :confused: Do you have a screenshot of it?
     
  5. cambo

    cambo New Member

    Solution for Centos 5.5

    I know this thread is old, but I have just had this problem.
    It appears to be a Centos thing as I found the solution on the Centos site.
    You need to edit the /etc/init.d/ispconfig_server script as follows:
    Code:
    
    #!/bin/bash
    # chkconfig: - 90 25
    # processname: ispconfig_server
    # description: ISPConfig Server Service Script
    #########################################################################
    # Copyright (c) 2005, projektfarm Gmbh, Till Brehm, Falko Timme
    
    
    Added 3 lines between #!/bin/bash and the start of the copyright notice.
    It is important you add all 3 lines and that the # is in front of them.
    Hope this helps someone in the future.
    Regards
    Cambo
     

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