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after install port 2087 is closed

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tbyte, Mar 9, 2004.

  1. tbyte

    tbyte Member

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    When I install cpanel it doesn't open port 2087 :( (it is FreeBSD 4.9)
     
  2. SEJ

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    look iptables...

    google.com -> "iptables"
     
  3. tbyte

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    hehe FreeBSD got IPFW, IPF and PF but no iptables ...
    And the problem was that the install script didn't create /usr/local/cpanel/var/run/stunnel or link in /usr/local/cpanel to /var where in run/ you should manualy create stunnel/ ... that s***s :)
     
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    hehe :)

    i used only linux family, not bsd..
     
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    Hi tbyte,

    This is caused by cPanel not creating a directory in the cPanel directory during the install please try to do with this:

    The missing directory is:

    /usr/local/cpanel/var/run/stunnel

    Login to root via ssh and create the /var, /run and /stunnel directories.

    change the ownership:

    You will then need to chown all directories to 'cpanel:cpanel'.

    Then at the command line run the following command:

    /usr/local/cpanel/startstunnel

    If this won't work means 2087 port is block. Try to unblock.

    Hope this will work..

    Regards,

    Bright
    :)
     
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