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SuSE 9.0 RedCarpet????

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by s0cks, Jan 31, 2005.

  1. s0cks

    s0cks Registered

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    When installing cpanel on suse 9.0 I get the following error:

    Verifying archive integrity... All good.
    Uncompressing cplyr1-cPanel...................................................................................................................................................................................................
    RedCarpet (rug) is not installed
    Please use YaST to install rug and rcd

    Now, I cannot find these rpm's on YaST for the life of me. On further inspection it looks like its a paid for service (and not cheap). Is there anyway to install cpanel without it trying to use red carpet?

    OR

    How can install rcd and rug so that I can install cpanel?

    Thanks,
    s0cks
     
  2. paulius

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    Hmm... I'm also receiving the same problem on my SuSE test server. I've also searched on YaST and there isn't any package named 'rug' or 'redcarpet'.

    Guess it's time to try the SuSE chat room!
     
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  4. Ramsy

    Ramsy Guest

    Same problem with me, i didnt get it to work either.
    Tried various distro's and found Centos to be best.
     
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    When I did a quick search I found it to be merged with Novell Zenworks :-S

    I had to give up on SuSE 9.0 Redhat Enterprise "Evil prices on Up2date services which are required" and FreeBSD "lacking support" & found CentOS 3.4 worked quite well... you just need to turn off gpg checking in the yum.conf file for all to work great for some odd reason.
     

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