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Installation Documentation??

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Captain Platinium, Mar 10, 2002.

  1. Captain Platinium

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    hi there
    i have installed the cpanel on redhat7.2 3 times and each time the system wasn't working after restart and entered to text mode ( just a black panel )
    so is there any installation documentation for this cpanel??
    where do i download and save the cpanel file and where do i run it???
    what should i do before running ./cpanel..... ????????
    what should i do after that?
    could somebody PLEASE answer my questions????
    I HAVE READ http://web.cpanel.net/install.html but got nothing :(
    thanks
     
  2. awsol

    awsol cPanel Test Bitch

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    You don't need KDE nor GNOME. If you plan on getting anywhere in the server admin life be prepared for many hours of typing commands. I suggest you learn in text mode as KDE and GNOME tend to spoil people and make them lazy. This is just my opinion and experience though.
     
  3. Captain Platinium

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    you're right , but how should i browse the webhost manager panel in the internet browser ?????? they work in a graphic enviroment or am i wrong?
    so i'll be glad hearing any suggestions and ideas
     
  4. feanor

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    OK.....................................
    You can run both KDE and still have a terminal. C'mon man Linux really is a bit more flexible than you are making it out to seem.

    You can have 83 different terminals open to 73 different locations around the globe, and still have 5 browsers open to:
    https://server.yourhostname.com:2087 , on the linux flavour of your choice.

    Granted I am typing this from a win2k advanced server so why am I even talking? ;)

    If this wasn't your point, please respond with some clarification and I will do my best to provide a less pitiful response

    :p
     
  5. Captain Platinium

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    the text mode i meant was an enviroment like dos lol
    you can't open any graphical programs there.
    but bdraco helped me to reconfigure it and it worked,



    /sbin/chkconfig --add xfs
    /sbin/service xfs start

    and now the question is what my username and password is lol
    i use dyn dns and have requested a beta license, i got the primary ip of that dyn dns company added in your list but i dunno what to write as my username and password:P
     
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