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Install Parallels site builder in cPanel?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by luizhenrique, Jan 16, 2012.

  1. luizhenrique

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    Is there any way to install the Parallels site builder in Cpanel/whm?

    How do I start the auto setup described as:


    I downloaded the file from their server, auto installer, how do I start the installation in ssh?

    Thanks to everyone now.
     
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    Hi,

    I start the instalation, now i receive a error for file dependencies

    see:

    How to install a libmysqlclient.so.15 dependence on centos?

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    Howdy,

    libmysqlclient.so should be part of the MySQL-client rpm. Check to see if it is installed (it should be).

    You can check for the module using this command.

    Code:
    grimlock ~ # rpm -qa|grep -i mysql
    MySQL-shared-5.1.59-0.cloud.x86_64
    MySQL-devel-5.1.59-0.cloud.x86_64
    MySQL-client-5.1.59-0.cloud.x86_64
    MySQL-test-5.1.59-0.cloud.x86_64
    MySQL-server-5.1.59-0.cloud.x86_64
    
    Thanks!
     
  4. luizhenrique

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    Hi, I run the command and got the information below, how do I know if I have these libraries, specifically the 'ibmysqlclient.so.15'?


    How can I do to install it now?


    Thanks.
     
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    The MySQL libraries will be in /usr/lib or /usr/lib/mysql. There may be symlinks in /usr/lib to libraries that are actually located in /usr/lib/mysql; this is fine. Look in these two directories for the file, which should be provided by the RPM package.

    In the error message, it does say that the RPM packages you are trying to install need a 64-bit version of the libraries. Do you have a 32- or a 64-bit system? Is it possible that you are trying to install 64-bit packages on a 32-bit system? You can find out which you have, usually, by looking at the kernel version:

    Code:
    # uname -a
    Other users here may be familiar with Plesk Sitebuilder, but really, your best source of support is probably going to be on a Plesk forum.

    Parallels Forums
     
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