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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by JCave, Mar 21, 2004.

  1. JCave

    JCave Well-Known Member

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    Recently I ran up2date to check my kernel updates. It installed a few things, and thats when the problems started. Cppop started to not recognize passwords, and resetting passwords did not work. Nor did recreating them. Also when rpm runs, I get the bellow message. SSL also fails to work. Anyone else get similar problems? I did try the following: Upgrading/Downgrading cpanel, downgrading XFree-libs, upgrading XFree-libs, reinstalling openssl, downgrading/upgrading openssl, and rerunning up2date.

    /sbin/ldconfig: /usr/lib/libSM.so.6 is not a symbolic link
     
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    After many attempts I did get everything working again. Required me to delete /usr/local/cpanel then reinstall it. This also fixed the port 25 problem I been having.
     
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    I'm curious as to what you re-installed and by what method -- if you don't mind sharing. :)
     
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    /usr/local/cpanel is where cpanel installs most of its stuff. once deleted cpanel main program is gone. then I reinstalled cpanel.

    peace out
     
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    Thanks for sharing, that's what I had thought you'd done. Seems anytime someone has to re-install WHM/Cpanel they have ended up with a toasted Server.

    Yours is the first success story I've heard.
     
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