Hello all, not sure if this is the right sub-forum for this discussion (or if the general sub-forum is the better place) but I've stumbled this morning on the ispconfig.org website over the supported linux distributions. Have a look: I am asking myself if this information is still up-to-date, because CentOS 5 is EOL, as well as Ubuntu 7.10 up to 13.10. Does anyone know if there are such old servers still online that are running a functional ISPConfig installation? The only thing I could think off is that such old distributions may could run the old 126.96.36.199 codebase, but never ISPConfig 3.1 or greater?! Fedora support could be actually also removed from the supported linux distribution list or do you guys have intentions to support newer Fedora versions? I mean, since Fedora 21 there are also Server Spins available, but I've never tried those because I had no reason yet since CentOS 7 is doing the job very well for me.