WebHostPro

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So far I got a load of errors:

Error 404 while fetching url http://updates.cpanel.net//pub/hackcheck/redhat//hackcheck.db
(hope this isn't important)

ndc: connection to remote host closed This may indicate that the remote server is using an older version of the command protocol, this host is not authorized to connect, or the key is invalid.
(won't fix with the regular method)

Several others but mainly does anyone have advice on how to make it stable?

Thanks

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princo

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There are many more errors. I had RH 9, and asked Darkorb what to do. Their suggestion is to use 7.3 or 8. So they don't really support 9 yet.

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mjost

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did you find a solution ? I have the same **** here :/ (using RH9..)

Thanks

edit: after editing the named.conf and rndc.conf and then rebooting it's working :)

i have that 404 error too..
 
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princo

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They say version 7 supports RH9, but I switched back to 7.3 anyway.

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wwwhosts

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I had the same problems, turns out you have to manually edit the named.conf & rndc.conf files in /etc and remove the dash in rndc-key > rndckey wherever it appears

it took some time to actually work



as for the hackcheck, if thats in cpup email I get the same error, the page ain't there :confused:

it is here tho ftp://updates.cpanel.net/pub/hackcheck/redhat/9/hackcheck.db
and here http://updates.cpanel.net/pub/hackcheck/redhat/9/hackcheck.db
so where can that url be changed? /scripts/hackcheck in 2 places

:D

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