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Cpanel 11 Oh My!!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by procam, Apr 27, 2007.

  1. procam

    procam Well-Known Member

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    Cpanel 11 / Edge Installed / Apache2 Installed working great suphp / php5.2working great .....Suexe working great the server is a success .....
    Cpanel 11 OUTSTANDING piece of workmanship so far with 1 exception...

    When I click the contact cpanel thingy to submit a support ticket after completing all the fields and submitting the ticket does not go to cpanel :D
     
  2. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    The "cpanel thingy to submit a support ticket" as you put it is designed for customers to be able to submit support tickets to you, not for you to submit tickets to cPanel. Sorry for any mis-understanding.
     
  3. procam

    procam Well-Known Member

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    Thats not the one Im talking about

    Under support center /Contact Cpanel.net

    Support Request Submission
     
  4. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Ah, in that case - I'll bring this to the attention of the developers. Thanks for the heads-up!
     
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    Yes, cPanel 11 is great, I'm running it on my brand new provider with that x3 theme. Looks top dollar.
     
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    @procam, did u use the new easyapache to configure and install apache 2 ? really no flaws?

    does it work with eaccelerator ? the apache 2
     
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    easyapache / apache 2 roflmgdao uhmmm no !:eek:
     
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    Deleted as found a more appropriate thread.
     
    #8 viptexting, Apr 27, 2007
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    Cpanel 11 / Edge Installed / Apache2 Installed working great suphp / php5.2working great

    you said you did apache2 .... not me ..
     
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    what? am i the only one who thinks this thread makes no sense? same as most replies in it?
     
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    Some of you belong at GFY whats with all the attitude around this board anymore :mad:
     
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    Hmm....

    Apache 2 and php 5.2 will not work well with lots of opensource apps like all the goodies found in fantastico.

    Hmm I wonder how will it impact moving over to CPANEL 11.
     
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    How would Apache 2 impact MySQL/PHP-based web apps? I can see it impacting a lot of Apache modules, etc. but Fantastico apps should be fine. Oh, and as for PHP 5... it is rapidly becoming the standard around the web app market. Most new apps actually require it rather than PHP 4.
     
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    You're not assuming that cPanel 11 will Apache 1->2 and php 4->5, are you?

    If you are: they aren't.

    If you knew that: meh... we'll see. :)
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Just to clarify, Ishware is correct in that cPanel 11 will not automatically force you/migrate your server to use Apache 2 / PHP 5. While you will have the option to do this after the installation, it is not forced upon you during the installation/upgrade process.
     
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    I tried CPANEL 11 Edge once a few months back, had problems with apache2 and php5 working with apps that require ixed modules. And had some compatiblility issues with apache modules.

    Stuffs that were affected were php-nuke and forumscripts.

    i hope there is a roll back feature incase upgrading from apache1 to apache2 fails
     
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    The newest EDGE release comes with a much improved EasyApache, so Apache modules shouldn't be a problem. As for third-party ones, most of them are open source and as such are already compatible with Apache 2.0 and some even with 2.2.
     
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