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cpanel not installing for weird reason

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dmer, Jan 27, 2005.

  1. dmer

    dmer Member

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    when i try to install cpanel the last time went very smooth now im doing in another server and getting this error when trying to compile http
    make php-4.3.10...(install).................Done
    ./buildscript: line 816: /scripts/initsslhttpd: No such file or directory
    ./buildscript: line 817: /scripts/initfpsuexec: No such file or directory
    ./buildscript: line 818: /scripts/remdefssl: No such file or directory
    ./buildscript: line 828: /scripts/findphpversion: No such file or directory
    ./buildscript: line 829: /scripts/checkallowoverride: No such file or directory
    ./buildscript: line 830: /scripts/remdefssl: No such file or directory
    Executing /scripts/postbuildapache (if exists)...Done
    ./buildscript: line 858: /scripts/restartsrv_httpd: No such file or directory
    ./install: /scripts/remdefssl: not found
    ./install: /scripts/initsslhttpd: not found
    ./install: /scripts/installcpbsdpkg: not found
    ./install: /scripts/installcpbsdpkg: not found
    proftpdsendmail: execing /usr/local/sbin/exim: No such file or directory
    sendmail: execing /usr/local/sbin/exim: No such file or directory
    ./install: /scripts/fixndc: not found
    ./install: /scripts/fixndc: not found
    ./install: /scripts/upcp: not found
    ./install: /scripts/reinstallmailman: not found

    ***************** cPanel for FreeBSD ******************

    cPanel for FreeBSD installation successful.

    *******************************************************

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    i cleaned the whole instalation and tried again and gave me the same error .. is there any issues right over cpanel .. thats not downloading the necessary scripts ? im installing with this line -> cd /home;mkdir cpins;cd cpins;fetch http://layer1.cpanel.net/latest;sh latest
     
  2. haze

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    There must be other errors during the install that we don't see here. Make sure you're resolvers are correct, you have ports installed ? Maybe try a upcp --force.
     
  3. dmer

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    i deleted the /usr/ports lets check if that goes right now .. im running over freebsd 4.10
     
  4. dmer

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    nah same thing .. check this other errors
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    Fetching http://httpupdate.cpanel.net/cpanelsync/STABLE-FREEBSD/scripts/.cpanelsync.bz2....Trying httpupdate.cpanel.net @ 69.72.164.151
    Error 404 while fetching url http://httpupdate.cpanel.net//cpanelsync/STABLE-FREEBSD/scripts/.cpanelsync.bz2
    ...Done

    bzip2: Compressed file ends unexpectedly;
    perhaps it is corrupted? *Possible* reason follows.
    bzip2: Unknown error: 0
    Input file = /scripts/.cpanelsync.bz2, output file = /scripts/.cpanelsync

    It is possible that the compressed file(s) have become corrupted.
    You can use the -tvv option to test integrity of such files.

    You can use the `bzip2recover' program to attempt to recover
    data from undamaged sections of corrupted files.

    bzip2: Deleting output file /scripts/.cpanelsync, if it exists.
    Download Failed... trying again..
    Unable to retrieve file
    ...Failed

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    besides these in a bunch of stuff .. notihng else
     
  5. BenThomas

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    Does rsync function properly on the server?
     
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    rm -f /var/cpanel/version/9.9.1.*
    /scripts/updatenow
    /scripts/upcp

    That should fix you up.. hopefully.
     
  7. dmer

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    Re-run as mailman (or root) with -f flag to fix
    No problems found
    No problems found
    No problems found
    chmod: /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/logs/*: No such file or directory
    chown: /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/logs/*: No such file or directory
    chmod: /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/logs/*: No such file or directory
    hostname: illegal option -- f
    usage: hostname [-s] [name-of-host]
    Create a new, unpopulated mailing list.

    Usage: ./bin/newlist [options] [listname [listadmin-addr [admin-password]]]

    Options:

    -l language
    --language language
    Make the list's preferred language `language', which must be a two
    letter language code.

    -q/--quiet
    Normally the administrator is notified by email (after a prompt) that
    their list has been created. This option suppresses the prompt and
    notification.

    -h/--help
    Print this help text and exit.

    You can specify as many of the arguments as you want on the command line:
    you will be prompted for the missing ones.

    Every Mailman list has two parameters which define the default host name for
    outgoing email, and the default URL for all web interfaces. When you
    configured Mailman, certain defaults were calculated, but if you are running
    multiple virtual Mailman sites, then the defaults may not be appropriate for
    the list you are creating.

    You can specify the domain to create your new list in by spelling the listname
    like so:

    mylist@www.mydom.ain

    where `www.mydom.ain' should be the base hostname for the URL to this virtual
    hosts's lists. E.g. with is setting people will view the general list
    overviews at http://www.mydom.ain/mailman/listinfo. Also, www.mydom.ain
    should be a key in the VIRTUAL_HOSTS mapping in mm_cfg.py/Defaults.py. It
    will be looked up to give the email hostname. If this can't be found, then
    www.mydom.ain will be used for both the web interface and the email
    interface.

    If you spell the list name as just `mylist', then the email hostname will be
    taken from DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST and the url will be taken from DEFAULT_URL (as
    defined in your Defaults.py file or overridden by settings in mm_cfg.py).

    Note that listnames are forced to lowercase.

    Bad owner email address: root@
    Configure a list from a text file description.

    Usage: config_list [options] listname

    Options:
    --inputfile filename
    -i filename
    Configure the list by assigning each module-global variable in the
    file to an attribute on the list object, then saving the list. The
    named file is loaded with execfile() and must be legal Python code.
    Any variable that isn't already an attribute of the list object is
    ignored (a warning message is printed). See also the -c option.

    A special variable named `mlist' is put into the globals during the
    execfile, which is bound to the actual MailList object. This lets you
    do all manner of bizarre thing to the list object, but BEWARE! Using
    this can severely (and possibly irreparably) damage your mailing list!

    --outputfile filename
    -o filename
    Instead of configuring the list, print out a list's configuration
    variables in a format suitable for input using this script. In this
    way, you can easily capture the configuration settings for a
    particular list and imprint those settings on another list. filename
    is the file to output the settings to. If filename is `-', standard
    out is used.

    --checkonly
    -c
    With this option, the modified list is not actually changed. Only
    useful with -i.

    --verbose
    -v
    Print the name of each attribute as it is being changed. Only useful
    with -i.

    --help
    -h
    Print this help message and exit.

    The options -o and -i are mutually exclusive.


    No such list "mailman"

    hostname: illegal option -- f
    usage: hostname [-s] [name-of-host]
    usage: reset_mailman_hostname <list> <hostname>
    Site list is missing: mailman

    ***************** cPanel for FreeBSD ******************

    cPanel for FreeBSD installation successful.

    *******************************************************

    whds#
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    this error now
    and btw i created a whole new particion and im installing a system there .. so its a fresh install .. i got rsynk installed and perl only ..
     
  8. BenThomas

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    I've worked up the following patch which should resolve the Mailman issue. Please do the following:

    From the terminal as root:

    wget -O mailman-install.diff "http://bugzilla.cpanel.net/attachment.cgi?id=77&action=view"
    patch /usr/local/cpanel/bin/mailman-install <mailman-install.diff
    /scripts/reinstallmailman


    That should sort everything out.

    When this bug is closed, that will negate the need for the above commands:

    Bug ID 2011

    Edit: updated patch version for RH 7.3
     
  9. dmer

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    k worked like a charm thx
     
  10. easyhoster1

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    I have the same issue as dmer as above and ran your patch Billy and get the following,

    Patching file /usr/local/cpanel/bin/mailman-install using Plan A...
    Hunk #1 succeeded at 5.
    Hunk #2 failed at 19.
    1 out of 2 hunks failed--saving rejects to /usr/local/cpanel/bin/mailman-install.rej

    estate# /scripts/reinstallmailman
    hostname: illegal option -- f
    usage: hostname [-s] [name-of-host]
    usage: reset_mailman_hostname <list> <hostname>
    Site list is missing: mailman

    estate# /scripts/fixmailman
    Shutting down Mailman's master qrunner
    PID unreadable in: /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/data/master-qrunner.pid
    [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/data/master-qrunner.pid'
    Is qrunner even running?

    New install on FREEBSD 5.2 with WHM 10.0.0 cPanel 10.0.0-C115


    Any clue Billy?
     
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