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    /scripts/sysup not using proper update method

    Thanks cpanelnick. That fixed the problem. Matthew Lehner
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    /scripts/sysup not using proper update method

    I got a little farther in fixing this problem. But now it's downloading Fedora Core 1 upgrades. Is there someway I could "reset" the update system, cuase it seems to save the system version somewhere, cuase if I change my system version in /etc/fedora-release it has no affect on the script...
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    /scripts/sysup not using proper update method

    That was the first thing I checked. Output below: [email protected] [~]# cat /etc/redhat-release cat: /etc/redhat-release: No such file or directory So teh redhat-release doesn't exist... [email protected] [~]# cat /etc/fedora-release Fedora Core release 2 (Tettnang) [email protected] [~]# and the...
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    /scripts/sysup not using proper update method

    LATEST UPDATE: It is not using Redhat 9 RPMs or Fedora Core 2 RPMs, but now I am getting this error: I just got this new box, and it was installed with Redhat 9 becuase that was the only thing the host would install for me. So I went ahead and upgraded it to Fedora Core 2 like I have...
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    Accounts not suspended?

    Yeah, I was just checking. But no none of the accounts have unlimited space or bandwidth. So I will contact cpanel support.
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    Accounts not suspended?

    What do you mean &unlimited& features Rob?
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    Accounts not suspended?

    Heh ok wasn't sure if it was something that was possibly a common problem as someone else mentioned they had the same problem. Matt
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    Accounts not suspended?

    Hello, I have just noticed that accounts are not being suspended when they go over thier limits :-/. I found this before Christmas (tues) and thought maybe CPanel just hadn't processed the logs to notice they shoul dbe suspended. I did not check yesterday to make sure the accounts got...
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    Java Servlets and JSP

    Hey, Well been doign great so far with CPanel. But today we decided to install tomcat so we could offer JSP options to our clients, since a few have asked about it. Well I just assumed it would be easy to install, adn well it was :). But now I have no clue how to use it and our clients who...