Hi, I am considering installing ISPConfig on a vserver. Before I actually do so, I would like to ask here if that is possible at all? I know there are some limitations (not too sure which exactly though) when using a vserver, especially concerning kernel-related stuff. Let's have a closer look at the system requirements of ISPConfig: I think that these applications shouldn't be a problem. With the exception of procmail I've already used each of the above mentioned apps. I read that I would have to compile bind with --disable-linux-caps to make it work on a vserver. Apart from that I guess it'll work. I have no clue about this one. Could there be any problems with it? I have asked a rather generic question in the official vserver irc channel about quota support in a vserver and this is what I got: To be honest, I cannot make much of it. Maybe you could explain what exactly ISPConfig needs quota to do, so that I can go back to the vserver folks to ask them about it. iptables/ipchains don't work properly. For example, a simple iptables -L produces this error message: I believe this is a vserver limitation and there is nothing I can do about it. On the other hand I have full access to eth0 of the host system which probably means that anything related to ISPConfig doing traffic statistics wouldn't work properly, would it? Overall, do you think ISPConfig will work on a vserver? Thanks!