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Can't uninstall Plesk completely

Discussion in 'Migrate to cPanel' started by glupav, Oct 12, 2012.

  1. glupav

    glupav Active Member

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    I tried Plesk Panel but it didn't work for me
    it had no support for Joomla
    so i de-installed Plesk and switched to cPanel and i'm satisfied.

    But (there's always a but...)
    i have a little problem
    the domains that i tried to set up with Plesk
    can't be opened now with cPanel
    (i copy the webfiles correctly).

    It shows some Plesk page although Plesk is uninstalled.
    I've also tried some uninstall script from Parallels webpage but it doesnt work

    Cant uninstall plesk.jpg

    I bite myself that i didnt started with cPanel in the firstplace.
     
  2. JeffP.

    JeffP. Well-Known Member

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    Hi glupav,

    Did you install cPanel on a new server, or did you uninstall Plesk, then run the cPanel installer on the same server?

    Also, I'm guessing that there may be an index.html file and index.php in the same directory, and the index.html file is being displayed instead of the index.php. If both files exist, please try renaming the index.html file to something else.

    If that doesn't help, please open a ticket on our helpdesk and we will be happy to take a look. Please let us know if cPanel was installed on a server with a fresh CentOS install, or installed over top of Plesk (which is not supported).

    Thanks!
     
  3. glupav

    glupav Active Member

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    Silly me ! ! !
    I guess it cPanel was installed on a fresh CentOS install
    but how did that index.html file get there beats me?

    I just renamed index.html and the Plesk page dissapeared
    also my website showed up.

    Thanks cPanelJeff ! ! !

    Problem solved.
     
  4. pwhjenny

    pwhjenny Well-Known Member

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    During transfer you would have copied index.html file with your data. Hence it remained there after moving to cPanel. Anyways, cPanel wont disappoint you, I bet :)
     

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