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What am I doing wrong?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by fall0ut, Apr 20, 2004.

  1. fall0ut

    fall0ut Registered

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    Ok, this is just really frustrating. I've paid for Cpanel already, and I've installed their "beta" for Debian Woody which is completely unusable. Now after that I moved onto SuSE 8.2, which ALSO was unusable (I'm not fixing stuff if I paid for it, this should be their responsibility) Now I'm on RedHat 9 which is the "awnser" the support guys gave me. Ok, so I install it on RedHat 9. This one works better t han the other 2, but apache isn't starting, it symlinks /usr/sbin/httpd -> /usr/local/apache/bin/apachectl WHICH DOESN'T EXIST. Evidently it erased the default apache RPM that is installed by RedHat. Their installation documentations SUCKS. If I pay this much money for something, I want it to work. The support does nothing but give me a "bug" to track. Any other comments on this?
     
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    Yes..

    You're doing something wrong.

    I've installed cPanel on hundreds of RH9 boxes, never had this problem :)

    You need to paste us exact errors for us to be able to help you.
     
  3. fall0ut

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    What it looks like, is Cpanel isn't installing its version of Apache. I've followed what FEW installation instructions they have. /usr/local/apache/ is blank. Nothing ever gets installed there. Even when you go through the WHM to install apache, it says that it finishes but it never installs Apache.
     
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