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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by totalufo, Jan 30, 2002.

  1. totalufo

    totalufo Well-Known Member

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    When creating an account or erstarting bind, i get a message that I have never seen before. anyone know what this is and how to fix it?

    \"stdin: is not a tty\"

    This is my second server and I\'m using it as a slave. It started after establishing a trust key relationship..

    Here is what happens after an account is set up.


    User thepeeps added
    Copying skel files from /root/cpanel3-skel/ to /home/thepeeps/
    No filesystems with quota detected.
    Added Entries to httpd.conf (noip)
    Added DomainAlias Entry
    Added NamedBoot Entry
    Added Named File
    stdin: is not a tty
    stdin: is not a tty
    stdin: is not a tty
    stdin: is not a tty
    ndc: reload command successful
    Added Remote Named File
    Frontpage 4 installer called when we really want 5 ..
    Attempting to pass request to frontpage 5 installer....
    Frontpage 5 installer loaded ok..
    Scanning httpd.conf..X...X..
    Removing .htaccess files
    Note: Local version of Apache must use the FrontPage Apache patch.
    Starting install, port: www.thepeepshows.com.

    Creating web http://www.thepeepshows.com.
    Chowning Content in service /.
    Install completed.

    Starting chown, port: 80, web: \"/\".

    DocumentRoot: \"/home/thepeeps/public_html\"
    Setting Password
    Rebuilding DNS Zones List from master server .....
    stdin: is not a tty
    ndc: connect: connection refused
    Rebuild Complete
    Restarting apache
    Ftp Password Files synced
     
  2. alwaysweb

    alwaysweb Well-Known Member

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    Means your &standard input& method (how the script is being called) is not a &tty& interface, such as putty.exe.

    Nothing to worry about.

    Ronnie
    http://AlwaysWebHosting.com
     
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