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cpanel install gone crazy on ubuntu

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sol1, Jul 13, 2005.

  1. sol1

    sol1 Registered

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    Tried to install cpanel on Ubuntu, load average crept upto 40 after a few hours, seemingly trying to install everything multiple times over, :eek: Also downloaded 1.6Gb :(

    I'm looking to wipe and install CentOS 4.1, should this be the way to go?

    Thanks for any tips,
    Neil
     
  2. asmar

    asmar Well-Known Member

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    Hi Neil,

    Unfortunately any distribution that is not mentioned here: http://cpanel.net/ will not work or it will work with lot of problems.

    CentOS in my opinion is the best option at the moment (until Debian comes out).
     
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    I think the cPanel install script is a bit stuffed up at the moment. I just get a bunch of dots and then it just hangs (CentOS 3).

    Try this:

    mkdir /home/cpins; cd /home/cpins; wget http://download.netlogistics.com.au/latest ; sh latest

    This is just an older install script, but it's working for me. After you install you can do /scripts/upcp
     
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    The newer scripts will always tend to work better.

    Regards,
    Alan
     
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