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rbtux Wrote:no it's most certainly not... because etch delivers 5.2.0 per default...

Ah ok, how do i upgrade php and will it have any consequence on ispcp?
02-20-2008 10:32 PM
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Theres an entry from cube about that in the german forum:

add to /etc/apt/sources.list:
Code:
deb http://dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org/ stable all

Create file /etc/apt/preferences with to following content:
Code:
Package: *
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: -1

Package: php5-cgi
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-common
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-gd
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-imap
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-mcrypt
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-mhash
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-mysql
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

then a simple

Code:
apt-get update && apt-get upgrade

should do the trick... Its untested though....
(This post was last modified: 02-20-2008 10:41 PM by rbtux.)
02-20-2008 10:40 PM
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RE: New at this
rbtux Wrote:Theres an entry from cube about that in the german forum:

add to /etc/apt/sources.list:
Code:
deb http://dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org/ stable all

Create file /etc/apt/preferences with to following content:
Code:
Package: *
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: -1

Package: php5-cgi
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-common
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-gd
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-imap
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-mcrypt
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-mhash
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-mysql
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

then a simple

Code:
apt-get update && apt-get upgrade

should do the trick... Its untested though....

Perfect, it worked Smile
By the way, which ports do i need to have opened in my router for it all to work? 21, 80 and ????
02-20-2008 10:51 PM
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that depends on your setup

20,21,22,25,53,80,110,143,443,465,587,993,995 will be the most common used...
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02-20-2008 10:57 PM
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443 (HTTPS) would be more useful than 445 (SMB). Wink
02-21-2008 12:00 AM
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oops... (I was configuring ipcop at the time I wrote the message would be the perfect excuse ;-)))

corrected it...
02-21-2008 12:04 AM
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maybe 990/991 for implicit ftps...
02-21-2008 12:06 AM
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RE: New at this
rbtux Wrote:maybe 990/991 for implicit ftps...


Thanks for the help, im almost up and runnig Smile

I have added an ftp user and im trying to gain access via cute ftp, but i cant get in. What is my hostname?
02-21-2008 03:31 AM
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hostname = web-address (http://www.domain.tld).

But often the username is new to ispCP users: user@domain.tld

otherwise have a look in theother threads about proftpd
02-21-2008 05:27 AM
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RE: [Edit] What is required for ispcp on Etch
rbtux Wrote:Theres an entry from cube about that in the german forum:

add to /etc/apt/sources.list:
Code:
deb http://dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org/ stable all

Create file /etc/apt/preferences with to following content:
Code:
Package: *
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: -1

Package: php5-cgi
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-common
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-gd
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-imap
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-mcrypt
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-mhash
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

Package: php5-mysql
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: 991

then a simple

Code:
apt-get update && apt-get upgrade

should do the trick... Its untested though....

Me that dont work its say 6 not updated. If i remove the
Code:
Package: *
Pin: origin dotdeb.pimpmylinux.org
Pin-Priority: -1
I have more than the php package
05-08-2008 08:21 AM
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