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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ajw22, Nov 17, 2007.

  1. ajw22

    ajw22 Registered

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    When I am installing cpanel I get this error:
    open3: close(main::RNULL) failed: Bad file descriptor at ./install line 655

    Could someone please tell me what I am doing wrong.
    Thanks
     
  2. DeepakW

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    Hello,

    I would like to suggest you to provide complete error message.
    Also check /proc/user_beancounters if there are any fail count in failcnt column during cpanel installation.

    Go through similar thread at URL : http://forums.cpanel.net/showthread.php?t=67898
     
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    I`ve received this too on a virtuozzo, and no failcnt in the beancounters. Anyone ? Any suggestions ?
     
  4. ToddShipway

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    At what point during the installation are you receiving these errors?
     
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    me too (openVZ system):

    ...................x11..12...open3: close(main::RNULL) failed: Bad file descriptor at ./install line 655
     
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    That is a very good question. You may need to submit a ticket to billing, and ask them to pass it to support, or post the ticket number here and I can grab it.

    Be sure to supply login information for the server so we can login and run the installer to pinpoint the cause for this issue.
     
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    done.

    but no replay yet with a ticket#
     
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    I fixed it, I just deleted the old os I was trying to install it on centos 4 and formated the vps then installed fedora-core-5-i386-afull, tried to install cpanel again and it worked.

    For the other people that are having this problem please try this method.

    Thanks anyway but now I have to buy the full license because I got the 15 day license before I tried to install cpanel:(.
     
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    I am trying to install in a CentOS 4 too
     
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    Yes, happened to me too. Thing is, it was a CentOS 4.3. I rerun the install about 2 times, second one was a charm, install worked.
     
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    same problem in CentOS 5 and other line:

    open3: close(main::RNULL) failed: Bad file descriptor at ./install line 661
    .open3: close(main::RNULL) failed: Bad file descriptor at ./install line 661
     
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    did you got my ticket?
     
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