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cPanel Installation Error

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by aubergine, May 22, 2007.

  1. aubergine

    aubergine Member

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    Hi,

    iam running openSuSe 10.0 because this is a requirement of cpanel.
    I downloaded current layer1 und started it.

    Then the Installation Procress runned 30 minutes and cpanel worked.

    But apache wasnt installed by cpanel.

    The directory /usr/local/apache was there but not binarys in it.

    So when i trayed to add a new account cpanel said:

    [a fatal error or timeout occurred while processing this directive]
    *Account Creation Complete!!!*

    In the error_log was to see that cpanel couldnt find the httpd.conf file (what is locically when there isnt a apache installed...)

    What must i do to get cpanel running??
     
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  4. aubergine

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    suse 10.0 = opensuse 10.0 but without some commercial packages which arent relevant in cpanel, i think.

    by the way, the second installation worked without any errors, i dont not know why.
     
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    WRONG !! but I don't find it usefull to discus this.

    I hope for you you keep it working.
     
  6. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    When it comes to SuSE, we are VERY specific with regards to what we do and do not support (unlike the remainder of our supported distros).

    When it comes to SuSE, we only support exactly versions 9.0 and 10.0. We do NOT support dot-builds of these (such as 10.2) unlike other distros. In addition, we only support SuSE, not OpenSuSE, SLES or any other SuSE derivative.
     
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    Is the cPanel free for personal?
     
  8. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    We do not provide free cPanel/WHM licenses for personal use. cPanel/WHM is designed to be used in a dedicated server or VPS environment, not personal use.
     
  9. aubergine

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    open SuSe should be supported...

    cpanel isnt very liked in europe wha?
    I even dont now very much provierds which use it.

    Here is plesk or confixx the sttandard.


    and the reason for this is the unlikly requirements...

    In Europe is Debian or openSuSe very often installed and some other linux distros arent very liked by the users, like redhat.

    You should think about this because your panel is a godd one, but the requirements arent good for europaen market
     
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    Under which stone do you live??? cPanel is one of the most used panels also in Europe. No controlpanel is the standard it could be most wanted or used but thats it. Then about the requirements, the less supported OS's the less bugs you get. Plesk also don't support open SUSE so it is nonsense what you are saying.

    Plesk vs cPanel

    Plesk gives free bugs and you have to deal with it, you can't fix them.
    cPanel gives sometimes bugs but I always get a chance to fix it.

    Then openSUSE is only a lot supported in Germany but in the rest of Europe Redhat/CentOS is most used.

    openSUSE is only nice for Desktop nothing more........
     
  11. aubergine

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    I live in germany which is the state with the most isp offices in europe i think ;)
    Everyone who can type "top" and "dir" has a ISP office here.

    openSuSe and debian are lot supported in germany thats right.

    as many others here i like debian and just used openSuSe here because its the only os which is supported a bit here, get it?

    Commercial distributions arent that big here.

    And what you write is big shit too.
    Plesk doesnt have many bugs which arent fixed by swsoft immediately and it supports much more uncommercial distros than cpanel!

    and exactly this is the reason why i wrote this post.

    and regarding the statistics the numbers of news licences in europe ask both admin panel firms or get the newsletter ;)
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    I'm just curious... what's the consensus opinion regarding FreeBSD in Europe?

    It's not a commercial distro, and I know a lot of people that use Debian (or even Ubuntu) and want to use cPanel/WHM usually switch to FreeBSD and feel at home with it. Don't ask me why, because I honestly don't know why this is the case. I'm usually just happy they found a distro they wanted to use that we support :).
     
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    No you are again not right, germany doesn't have the most ISP offices in Europe but it's enough for me..... you have proven to me that you are one of the germans that only can type top & dir

    Beside this is not the place to talk about other panels, if you come here you come because you have something with cpanel otherwise leave and go to the panel you like to use we are not intrested in your opinion about other panels.
     
  14. aubergine

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    Listen to me, when i give contructive critic, this isnt the right way to handel those.
    The people from cpanel know more than you as you can see 1 post before your last one...

    You are yust a user so keep happy and quiet.
     
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