Installing ISPCP Omega 1.0.7 On Ubuntu 10.10

"ispCP Omega (to simplify matters often called only ispCP) is a modern hosting Control panel, based on VHCS, that provides continued development." http://isp-control.net/

This tutorial is a slighlty modified version of the official installation instructions found at http://isp-control.net/documentation/start/installation/ubuntu

You will need a clean installation of Ubuntu 10.10 before proceeding with the tutorial, please follow the instructions on the first two pages at http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect-server-ubuntu-10.10-maverick-meerkat-ispconfig-2

When installing Ubuntu please use a static IP address and a fully qualified domain name accessible from the internet. e.g. hostaname.domain.com

 

1. Download and extract ISPCP from Sorceforge

cd /usr/local/src

wget http://sourceforge.net/projects/ispcp/files/ispCP%20Omega/ispCP%20Omega%201.0.7/ispcp-omega-1.0.7.tar.bz2/download

tar xjvf ispcp-omega-1.0.7.tar.bz2

cd ispcp-omega-1.0.7

 

2. Now update your system

aptitude update && aptitude upgrade

 

3. ISPCP needs some software installed, we will do this now

ISPCP's install script is for Ubuntu 10.04 but works just aswell with 10.10

cd docs/Ubuntu

aptitude install $(cat ubuntu-packages-lucid)

You will be asked to enter a new MySql password

You will also need to configure Courier as below

Create web directories -> NO
Type of mail configuration -> Internet Site
System mail name should be populated with your hostname
ProFTPd configuration -> Standalone

 

4. Build the system using make

cd /usr/local/src/ispcp-omega-1.0.7

make -f Makefile.ubuntu install

 

5. Copy all the directories to your system and setup

cp -Rv /tmp/ispcp/* /

cd /var/www/ispcp/engine/setup

perl ispcp-setup

The setup defaults should be adequate, you will be required to enter your MySQL password.

 

6. Clean temporary files

rm -fR /tmp/ispcp

After setup completes you should be able to login to your new control panel.

 

ISPCP Omega - http://isp-control.net/

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From: at: 2010-12-16 14:06:52

Hi,

I'm interested why in step 3 you write:

Create web directories -> NO

Isn't it better to create directories automaticaly?

From: at: 2011-01-27 01:57:29

This is for web administration of Courier which you don't want to do since the control panel will be administering the mail server

From: Anonymous at: 2011-03-05 23:29:42

finally a howto that works.

there are more out of date howto's and i dont know who wrote this one.

but thank you very very very much finaly after 20 times tying this one works

From: Igor Frolov at: 2012-02-20 14:52:02

Thanks for this post. Good Job!

From: Anonymous at: 2012-01-16 03:08:49

Thank you for the fantastic How-To. It worked with no issues. Worked fine on Ubuntu 10.10 Take care!

From: Farhan Islam at: 2014-12-25 09:55:11

Article worked great, however you had forgotten how to access the admin panel? 

 I am unable to find from where I can access the control panel :(

 Thanks