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Install cPanel on RHEL 5

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by guilhermejorge, Aug 3, 2009.

  1. guilhermejorge

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    Hello all,

    I tried to install cPanel (latest version) in a RedHat EL, but I'm getting the following message:



    You must register with the Red Hat Network
    when using Red Hat Enterprise before you
    can install cPanel.

    Installer Terminating....



    Really I didnt register it. Is it possible to ignore this verification and continue the installation?

    Regards,

    Guilherme
     
  2. Infopro

    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    No, is the simple answer I think.

    You must register with the Red Hat Network

    Pretty much sums it up doesn't it? :p
     
  3. eth00

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    The problem is that cPanel needs to install a few different rpms and if you are not registered it cannot install them. It is not so much a matter of just skipping it because it is not registered, it won't work if you were able to.

    That being said if you do not have a license why not just use CentOS? It is basically the same thing but without requiring a license.
     
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    Eric Administrator
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    I'm not sure why you would want RHEL, if you didn't have access to updates. Sounds like trouble waiting to happen.
     
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