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Fresh install, not much happening

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by aray, Mar 4, 2011.

  1. aray

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    Hi All!

    I downloaded the centos iso with automatic install (from the cpanel page) - 64 bit edition. Ran through the centos install (all went well), rebooted in and kept an eye on the logs over a few hours as all the installer/updates were downloaded and run.

    After it claimed to be finished, I couldn't browse to the management interface (https://myiphere:2087) - and yes I changed my IP to be the correct one (I can browse to port 80, which gives me a message that the default webpage is installed).

    Not sure where to go from here? (ie, all the instructions seem to presume that I can log onto that management interface).

    FYI:
    Xen VM testing guest (64 bit)... System has 1GB of RAM, 80GB hdd, static IP working fine, and plenty of bandwidth.

    Any advice appreciated!
     
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    Hello,

    Can you try restarting cpanel.

    service cpanel restart

    If it is still having issues, the firewall may be blocking the port 2087. Try disabling firewall and try again.
     
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