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Fedora Core 2

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ::daedelus::, Sep 27, 2004.

  1. ::daedelus::

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    Anybody successfully installed cPanel/WHM on Fedora Core 2?

    After running 'sh latest' I am told that I need to update /etc/yum.conf with Fedora Core 2 mirrors, however yum.conf is already set up perfectly fine and i'm able to run 'yum update' and perform updates without any problems.

    To try getting around this I decided to do:
    cd /installd
    ./install

    The installation seemed to work perfectly fine EXCEPT during the install the script kept trying to download files from http://updates.cpanel.net/rpminstall/fedora-2/

    If you investigate http://updates.cpanel.net/rpminstall/ you will see that there is ONLY a fedora-1 dir and there is no fedora-2 dir which is being requested.

    Should this dir exist?

    Once install was complete WHM seems to function perfectly, everything except for named/bind. I cannot setup the nameserver first time it tried to grab a file from http://updates.cpanel.net/rpminstall/fedora-2/ and now if I try to do it the server will just hang.

    I think these problems are with cPanel/WHM not with Fedora Core 2 or my installation (straight server install without HTTP, FTP, DNS, NFS, etc as cPanel installs them auto)
     
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    Works fine here :)
     
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    A straight Fedora Core 2 Server install? do you do anything after install?

    do you have the problem with /etc/yum.conf?
    if not can you post a copy of it here please
     
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