Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by Ovidiu, Dec 21, 2009.
please see screenshot, that is the easiest way.... http://screencast.com/t/MDZiZmExZjgt
Which ISPConfig version?
sorry, forgot to mention, but I intentionally psoted in the ISPCFG3 forum.
Any other info I can give you?
anyone? Further ideas?
Download ispconfig 126.96.36.199, run the update.php script and choose to reconfigure services. Also make sure that you have perl dbi mysql installed
Ok, will do.
can you quickly elaborate what exactly gets changes when I chose to reconfigure services? I was always afraid that my manual changes in i.e. postfix and apache2 configurations would get lost, that is why I never chose that.
BUT if I know which files get "reconfigured" I can add my changes back later...
Separate names with a comma.