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Installing under freebsd works, minus adding packages

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mrplastik, Oct 14, 2001.

  1. mrplastik

    mrplastik Registered

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    I\'ve installed Cpanel on FreeBSD, minus the packages it has with it. (They all return that it\'s the wrong Operating System) I\'ve also got rpm installed on my box, and haven\'t had any issues with rpm files not installing. How could i get your installer to run rpm with the --ignoreos flag, so your installer adds all the packages it needs. The daemons start-up fine, but when I login I get \"Invalid License File\" I\'m sure it has to do with me missing almost every package Cpanel installs. Or am I going about this the wrong way? I really don\'t want to install RedHat. :( Thanks.
     
  2. muppie

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    Uhhhh installing something on freebsd using RPM ???? YUCKKKKKKKK

    Why not create a native Freebsd way using packages ? In fact you can use ports / packages to package cpanel itself too!

    Just my 2c worth.... I would really love to see cpanel for FreeBSD
     
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    Brownie Well-Known Member

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    you need to purchase a cpanel license
     
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