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CentOS 3.1 Support?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ultravolt, May 11, 2004.

  1. ultravolt

    ultravolt Registered

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    Anyone know if CentOS 3.1 is supported yet? The homepage just lists 3, I'd like to upgrade but I'm not sure it's supported.

    Thanks
     
  2. haze

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    I'm running it no probs so far for about 3 days now. So far i'm loving it. I did notice a minor problem during the install. The perl install will stall, just ctrl c out of it, then run /scripts/upcp. You will be asked a few simple questions, and thats that.
     
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    I'm having a hell of a time getting postgre to run, everything else looks to be a winner.
     
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    Just run:
    /scripts/installpostgres

    Then install the config via the config editor in WHM, change the password and your set. ( Well, u need to re-run buildapache w/ postgre support under php )
     
  5. ssilvius

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    No dice. the script and Yum chokes. I installed the rpms off the disk (same thing right?) I knew from past experiance with RHEL that postgres is called rhdb everywhere so it did not suprise me when I whent looking and that is what I found.

    here is what I've done sofar

    1. Installed RPMS
    2. logged in as postgres, initdb
    3. as root started the service, all is good
    4. Ran the cPanel installer for permissions and stuff
    5. rebuilt php with postgres support

    Login with psql, no dice
    Login with cPanel(pgphpadmin), no dice
    Create a datbase via cPanel, no dice

    I'm sort of stumped here.
     
  6. ultravolt

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    Thanks for the feedback, I'll probably give it a go this weekend. Any suggestions as to the least painful way to transition from RHEL to CentOS? (i.e. keeping my users from noticing anything)
     
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