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Trustix 2.2

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Earendil, Mar 12, 2005.

  1. Earendil

    Earendil Well-Known Member

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    Isn't cPanel supposed to work with Trustix out of the box ?
    We're getting a whole lot of problems with it... can't run /scripts/makecpphp - gives IMAP error, rndc reload doesn't work properly, etc etc..
     
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    If you take a look at the cpanel main web site http://www.cpanel.net/index.html you will notice that cpanel does not claim to have support for trustix 2.2, only Trustix ES 2.0. Is Trustix 2.2 ES even released ? I see the regular run of the mill trustix has been released.. not sure if thats a dev branch or what ? :confused:
     
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    Earendil Well-Known Member

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    I'd probably take your questions up with the trustix people. I assume that is what you pay them for. Honestly, I can't see any sign of a version other than 2 on the trustix.com site, trustix.net is another story. That said, im not to familiar with trustix ES as I don't use it, nore have any desire to do so. I'm sure the comodo / trustix people will be more than happy enough to keep you on the phone / email untill they lure you in :)
     
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    Earendil Well-Known Member

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    Well, for us this was the first and last time we tried Trustix ;)
    Better to pay the $20 extra/month for a "real" license, than to spend $1000/month in work.
     

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