Slackware 12.1 Install Notes

Discussion in 'Tips/Tricks/Mods' started by lynchmv, May 15, 2008.

  1. lynchmv

    lynchmv New Member

    I just installed ISPConfig 2.2.23 onto a new Slackware 12.1 box (full install) and only had to make 2 changes. Here they are for anyone that wants them.

    Add this to the bottom of dist.txt
    Code:
    dist_init_scripts=/etc/rc.d/init.d ##                            # slackware1210
    dist_runlevel= ##                                                # slackware1210
    dist_smrsh= ##                                                   # slackware1210
    dist_shells=/etc/shells ##                                       # slackware1210
    dist_http_user=apache ##                                         # slackware1210
    dist_http_group=apache ##                                        # slackware1210
    dist_bind_init_script=named ##                                   # slackware1210
    dist_bind_user=named ##                                          # slackware1210
    dist_bind_group=named ##                                         # slackware1210
    dist_bind_conf=/etc/named.conf ##                                # slackware1210
    dist_bind_dir=/var/named/ ##                                     # slackware1210
    dist_bind_pidfile=/var/named/named.pid ##                        # slackware1210
    dist_bind_hintfile=named.ca ##                                   # slackware1210
    dist_bind_localfile=named.local ##                               # slackware1210
    dist_passwd=/etc/passwd ##                                       # slackware1210
    dist_shadow=/etc/shadow ##                                       # slackware1210
    dist_group=/etc/group ##                                         # slackware1210
    dist_cron_daemon=crond ##                                        # slackware1210
    dist_cron_tab=/var/spool/cron/crontabs/root ##                   # slackware1210
    dist_mysql_group=mysql ##                                        # slackware1210
    dist_httpd_daemon=httpd ##                                       # slackware1210
    Edit setup2 and change the following
    Code:
    netstat -ta | grep -i mysql > /dev/null
    to
    Code:
    netstat -tap | grep -i mysql > /dev/null
    I also 'pre-installed' the perl modules for Spamassassin prior to running setup.

    Code:
    Digest::SHA1
    HTML::Parser
    Net::DNS
    Mail::SPF
    Mail::SPF::Query
    IP::Country
    Razor2
    Net::Ident
    IO::Socket::INET6
    IO::Socket::SSL
    Compress::Zlib
    Mail::DomainKeys
    Mail::DKIM
    LWP::UserAgent
    HTTP::Date
    Archive::Tar
    IO::Zlib
    Encode::Detect
     
  2. lynchmv

    lynchmv New Member

    OK, heres an update. I had to make a few more changes to dist.txt and to setup2. I am attaching them here for ease of use.

    This is still a base Slackware 12.1 FULL installation, with no additional packages installed. I did install the aforementioned PERL modules listed above.
     

    Attached Files:

  3. hamlet1825

    hamlet1825 New Member

    I have slackware 12.1 full install on my box. I try to install ISPconfig with the same config as you do..
    But I have problem:
    ./setup2: line 888: ispconfig_tmp/php/bin/php: No such file or directory
    ERROR: The PHP binary coming with ISPConfig does not work properly on your system! The installation routine stops here!

    Can you help me?
     
  4. lynchmv

    lynchmv New Member

    Is this a fresh install? I used the 2 attached files on a freshly built system with no extra packages installed. What is the output from:
    Code:
    ls /var/log/packages/php*
    
    Here is what I get:
    Code:
    [email protected]:~# ls /var/log/packages/php*
    /var/log/packages/php-5.2.5-i486-1
    
     
  5. hamlet1825

    hamlet1825 New Member

    Yes, I have fresh installation of slackware 12.1 on my box. I download ispconfig-2.2.23 n try to install it. but have that problem.

    help..
     
  6. lynchmv

    lynchmv New Member

    What do you get when you run this:

    Code:
    ls /var/log/packages/php*
    
     
  7. hamlet1825

    hamlet1825 New Member

    root# ls /var/log/packages/php*
    /var/log/packages/php-5.2.5-i486-1
     
  8. lynchmv

    lynchmv New Member

    I was thinking about this one on the way to work this morning. You need to delete setup2 that comes with the ISPConfig tarball and then rename setup2.txt to setup2 that I have attached here.
     
  9. lynchmv

    lynchmv New Member

    For those that are interested you can translate the above message via translate.google.com (chinese -> english) but its just spam about wigs...
     
  10. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    :) I've just banned the spammer and deleted his messages.
     

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