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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by server-online, Jun 20, 2005.

  1. server-online

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    Hello, I have one doubts on that OS to install in a machine with Cpanel. I put FreeBSD and Fedora Core 2, until the moment no has convinced to me and they are giving problems me. It wanted preguntaros that OS you would install in a server DELL POWEREDGED 1850 with HD SCSI, Duall Xeon, Gigaethernet. That so Debian, CentOS or SUSE go? Thanks
     
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    Of those three (and I'd suggest that you never use FC on a production server) I'd suggest that you go for CentOS since the other too only have limited support due to their relatively low numbers of installations.
     
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    Hello, Thanks to answer. One more a question: I can install CentOS 4,1 with CPANEL? Good bye
     
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    Yes. you can install centos 4.1, however make sure that SELINUX is turned off. If you boot the first time and you do realise its on, you can turn it off via /etc/selinux/config by changing:

    SELINUX=enforcing

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    SELINUX=permissive

    Regards,
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