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does anyone support isPCP ????
i was wondering if there is still support fot thisnice admin pannel
a friend of mine installed it on my server and i am happy with it

and i am still trying to install it myself on a ubuntu pc just for playing with it
but still after a year with no succes
and everytime i start reading here i get the feeling that there is nobody who gives any good answers on good questions

so is there still support here or is this forum dead or dying ??
03-06-2011 07:05 AM
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RE: does anyone support isPCP ????
lol???? (Sorry, that was the first word in my mind) Smile
03-06-2011 09:14 AM
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RE: does anyone support isPCP ????
finally found a good tuto for how to install on ubuntu
and it works

i think the creators fo this nice platform should think twice about the tuto because the tuto i use is not from here
all tutorials i have try'ed here failed miserabely
so maybe a good idea to take them ofline or recreate them
03-06-2011 11:56 PM
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RE: does anyone support isPCP ????
You are solo with your opinion. All our Official howtos are working. Please give us more information on your problem.
03-07-2011 04:08 AM
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RE: does anyone support isPCP ????
could be
could also be that i am the one that is posting such a thing
i have ubuntu fresh installed

now i followed this howto and all go's well

Code:
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.

the only thing fault here is aptitude this must be apt-get


(03-07-2011 04:08 AM)RatS Wrote:  You are solo with your opinion. All our Official howtos are working. Please give us more information on your problem.

the problem i could not fx was the courier fault
my tip
create a section with versions and howto's
now its like a maze to find things here
03-07-2011 04:34 AM
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RE: does anyone support isPCP ????
by the way this is als a false command for debian

Code:
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


it should be

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

tar xjvf download

somehow it saves the file with the name download
so tar can not find the file

winscp rulezzzzzzzz Big Grin
03-11-2011 09:06 AM
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RE: does anyone support isPCP ????
you can use apt-get or aptitude (more powerful and easier for beginners). The problem that the file is saved as "download" I never faces, but you can either set the URL in quotes or use -C option.
04-11-2011 12:11 AM
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RE: does anyone support isPCP ????
this is a problem of sourceforge not of ispcp,

by the way, maybe filename changes, but the installation-way is the same. a howto could never show you what u have to type in, because your sytem can be different. 'apt-get install aptitude' is also in the howto

Did you now that debian/ubuntu work in the same way? sorry but probably administrating a linuxserver is not the right thing for you.
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RE: does anyone support isPCP ????
(04-11-2011 03:28 PM)MasterTH Wrote:  this is a problem of sourceforge not of ispcp,

by the way, maybe filename changes, but the installation-way is the same. a howto could never show you what u have to type in, because your sytem can be different. 'apt-get install aptitude' is also in the howto

Did you now that debian/ubuntu work in the same way? sorry but probably administrating a linuxserver is not the right thing for you.

1) who's to blame does not matter its a problem and when you are a noob you dont understand this untill you use winscp then you check and see that the filename is changed
2) this topic was not about apt get or aptitude
3) i know debian and ubuntu have many things the same not all
4) i think you where born walking , talking, reading, singin, dancing and you could manage a linux server Big Grin

sorry but i think the most of us had to learn all these things we where not so lucky like you


the problem is that you need to install many things before the install can be executed and this is not really good ducumented so then you get alot of errors
04-11-2011 04:09 PM
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RE: does anyone support isPCP ????
jack, the problem here is simple. We do not have the manpower to properly support such unexperienced sysadmins.

It is not that we disregard them, it's simply that we can not maintain copy/paste instructions, with proper explanations, dealing with every posible problem that may arise in all of the multiple distros we more or less "support".

I think it's clearly stated somewhere that the most tested distro is debian because that's what most devs use. Therefore, unexperienced sysadmins should go with debian if they want to use ispcp, or be prepared to face some problems and lose the time to understand and correct them.

We are sorry about that, but we can not do anything about it.
04-14-2011 05:04 PM
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