Hey everybody, EDIT: PLEASE DON'T WASTE TIME ON THIS POST. IT IS OUTDATED AND NOWADAYS IT IS OFFICIALLY SUPPORTED SO THIS IS NO LONGER RELEVANT! Thought I might as well post my experience that I've had when I tried to install ISPconfig on a fresh Ubuntu 20.04 server. All went well! The server is up and running, and I haven't ran into any errors (yet?). I did however ran in to a couple minor things that I will mention below. I carefully followed every step from the guide for ISPconfig on Ubuntu 18.04 from this website (https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial...l-pureftpd-bind-postfix-doveot-and-ispconfig/), and there are a couple of things that I had to do differently, but with the same end results. At the point where we install apache and php7.2 in the guide, change 7.2 in to 7.4 for all entries. Also I noticed that php-gettext and php7.4-recode packages could not be found. So I just skipped those. Of course the same thing counts for where you install php7.4-fpm and php7.4-opcache later on in the guide. Now since I have no idea what these two packages do exactly, I can not say if this might cause problems in the future. Also I did not yet look in to finding out a way to install these packages or a workaround or whatever. I'm curious if I even need to or not. Where we install jailkit 2.19 in the guide, change 2.19 in to version 2.21 and you're good. At step 7 in the guide this is mentioned : In case you get an error for thelast 'patch' command, then Ubuntu has probably fixed the issue in the meantime, so it should be safe to ignore that error then. I indeed got that the last patch error so I did not complete the patching. It all looked good to me. Considered that I followed every step from the 18.04 guide, and the tiny edits I had to make, do I now have a system that is ready for production? Or are there things included in the guide that I no longer had to perform and the fact that I did might cause problems later on?? Has anybody else tried to do the same thing also perhaps? And if so can you share if you learned any things that you could share with us?