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CentOS + cPanel

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Nivko, Sep 30, 2006.

  1. Nivko

    Nivko Member

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    Hi,

    I want to install cPanel on a CentOS machine (test license) what packages i need to install on a fresh install by yum?


    Thanks, Niels
     
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    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    You should install the minimum server options and nothing more, the cPanel installation process will install everything else you need. I would suggest that you do the following before starting the cPanel part:

    1. Make sure you install the OS gpg key

    2. Make sure yum is working

    3. Install the gcc rpm if it isn't already installed to give it a head start

    That should be all you need.
     
  3. Nivko

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    Thnx, but i get this error now:

    [root@cobbie cpanel]# ./cpaneld
    ./cpaneld: error while loading shared libraries: /usr/local/cpanel/perl/Cpanel/OS.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
    [root@cobbie cpanel]#
     
  4. RudiVisser

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    Hello, is cPanel installed completely? What are you trying to acheive from cpaneld?

    Call me a n00b but if what you're trying to do is what I think you're trying to do, you want to be using "./cpsrvd start".

    Regards,
    Rudi
     
  5. Nivko

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    Yes, but the directory /usr/local/cpanel/perl is empty :S
     
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