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cPanel on slackware 9.0

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by crazydan, Dec 14, 2004.

  1. crazydan

    crazydan Registered

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    Hi

    I just installed slackware 9.0 and i try to install cPanel on it but i have some problems i recive the next text:

    Linux detected!
    cPanel Layer 1 Installer Init.....
    Warning !!! Warning !!! WARNING !!! Warning !!! Warning
    -------------------------------------------------------
    cPanel requires a fresh/clean server!
    If you are serving websites off this server (and are
    not already running cPanel) this installer will
    overwrite all of your config files. You should hit
    Ctrl+C NOW!!!
    If this is a new server please ignore this messages
    -------------------------------------------------------
    Warning !!! Warning !!! WARNING !!! Warning !!! Warning
    Waiting 5 seconds.....
    ********************* ERROR *********************

    Your hostname is not set properly. Please
    change your hostname to a fully qualified domain name,
    and re-run this installer.

    *******************************************************
    If you wish to change it press Ctrl+C NOW!!!
    Otherwise, you must change it once the install is complete.
    And then run /scripts/upcp --force
    *******************************************************
    Done
    This install will take 10-70 minutes depending on your hardware.
    Now is the time to go get another cup of coffee/jolt.
    The install will log to /var/log/cpanel-install-thread0.log.
    and /var/log/cpanel-install-thread1.log.
    Repairing OS Problems....Done
    Installing Default resolv.conf....Done
    Installing Support Libs.error: cannot open Name index using db3 - No such file or directory (2)
    Using RPM Backend: RPM version 4.0.2
    Your distro is NOT SUPPORTED
    error: cannot open Name index using db3 - No such file or directory (2)
    Using RPM Backend: RPM version 4.0.2
    Your distro is NOT SUPPORTED
    Done
    Syncing with time server....Checking RPMS/DEBS.....Tue Dec 14 10:57:01 EET 2004..Done
    Rsyncing with rsync.cpanel.net....Done
    error: cannot open Name index using db3 - No such file or directory (2)
    Using RPM Backend: RPM version 4.0.2
    Your distro is NOT SUPPORTED
    error: cannot open Name index using db3 - No such file or directory (2)
    Using RPM Backend: RPM version 4.0.2
    Your distro is NOT SUPPORTED
    Done
    Ensuring /etc/passwd is shadowed...Done
    Removing incompatible packages....Done
    Setting Permissions and shells...Done
    Waiting for rsync to finish....
    Waiting for rsync to finish....

    and the "Waiting for rsync to finish...." is here from 10 hours and nothing installed .. why? cPanel dont works on Slackware ?
     
  2. rachweb

    rachweb Well-Known Member

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    Is the installation of slackware fresh install?
     
  3. carluk

    carluk Well-Known Member

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    As far as I know CPanel doesn't support Slackware? I've never tested it though.
     
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    carluk Well-Known Member

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    It did list slackware as beta at one time, or in developement.
     
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    Beta and/or development does not mean it will work nor supported.
     
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