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  1. Hi, I was trying Froxlor 0.9 in OpenBSD, and there are lots of differences in systems folders, files and commands when you are configurating the daemons. *BSD distros are used a lot in web-servers, it would be good for the project to keep this in mind, I can help with lib/configfiles/openbsd.xml and with the future Froxlor 2 for assessment in supporting OpenBSD. In case of the 0.9 version you should have an "example.xml" file to follow, but I can adapt the gentoo version to make a new one. So... offering my help if welcomed. FlingeR
  2. davidoct14

    MailServer Setup/Configuration

    Hello Froxlor Comunity from the other side of the ocean. I'm happy. Three months ago I started using froxlor panel. At the beginning I did not know nothing about froxlor, now my server is working great I have 10 customers hosted and 15 domains. All the features of my server are working good, now I wanna add to my server, mail service with froxlor. I'm looking for information but I am little confused with things like mx records, web mail app, how works the mailserver, etc.. I'm asking myself if you can post information about mailserver froxlor panel setup/configuration. I will really appreciate that. Thank you. Regards.
  3. davidoct14

    Hostname Domain Manage

    Hi There, One question, Can I manage my hostname domain with froxlor?? For example integrate ssl with lets encrypt or create mail accounts. Thanks, for the answer. Regards,
  4. bigshusha

    New install

    Hello everyone! I want to install Froxlor on new clear server with Debian. I have domain.com and IP. What I must setup in hostnames and itc. to get no problems with emails and setup domain.com later? What configuration you can recomend to minimize the problems during setup and configuring server? I looking something like this - http://goo.gl/hMG0ky very good manual for instalation.
  5. Gamerboy59

    Some php5 flags left

    Hello, I wanted to use froxlor with PHP7-FPM but there seem to be some problems. The first is froxlor doesn't generate a user for itself (in sides-enabled config) though checking the box in config-menu. Additionally, there's still a php5 flag in the generated apache2 sites-enabled file in this line: AddHandler php5-fastcgi .php Action php5-fastcgi /fastcgiphp Maybe you can correct it and help me getting it work with fpm. I tried to used fcgid instead and the thing with the user is working fine.
  6. Hi there! If have a question regarding vHosts. I'm using the up to date debian installer package of froxlor with apache2 and am missing an option to change a vhosts default value. In /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/...something...conf it say to not change the file since froxlor will recreate it. I assume it will override it with its' standard config settings but am not sure about this. How can I modify individual vhosts? I saw some froxlor screenshots showing changable vhost templates but I'm missing this in the newest froxlor package for debian. I cant just delete the Domain in froxlor since I would like to use it for E-Mail as well. Any help is very welcome! Thx! hale-xp
  7. There appears to be reptition in the instructions for configuring apache 2.2 on Debian 7: mkdir -p /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/ chown root:0 /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/ chmod 0600 /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/ mkdir -p /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/ chown root:0 /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/ chmod 0600 /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/ mkdir -p /var/customers/webs/ mkdir -p /var/customers/logs/ mkdir -p /var/customers/tmp chmod 1777 /var/customers/tmp a2dismod userdir /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
  8. Hi, since version 2.0 Dovecot supports LMTP and the dbox format is ready for production environment. Therefore, it's time to update Froxlor's configuration files for Postfix and Dovecot. Furthermore Dovecot's configuration syntax changed in 2.0. Dovecot is configured for multi-dbox storage. Postfix's final delivery is performed through Dovecot's LMTP server via unix socket. https://gist.github.com/4668341 I hope you like it and as usually all comments and suggestions are very welcomed. Bye Rene
  9. Hi there, I'll preface this by saying I'm at wit's end. Please bear with me. I will get to how this relates to Froxlor. I'm new to servers and Linux. I'm on a VPS that is "managed" (if and only if you use CentOS with WHM/cPanel, it turns out). My VPS was running slowly, couldn't figure out why, the VPS management wouldn't audit it without a concrete issue, so I got a guy from fiverr to look under the hood and fix it. He said, "Start over." Backed up my sites and wiped the server. Decided to install Debian Squeeze 64-bit, not knowing I'd be flying solo. But how hard could it really be? That was 10 days ago, and since then I've started over with fresh installs at least four times. I have done all kinds of things with the server besides get it running, and done all kinds of things with myself besides sleep, eat, or enjoy living. Switching back to CentOS at this point would be the reasonable thing to do, but I'm too far in. It's Debian or death. I have managed to get ssh running, learn my way around Linux enough to get from one directory to the next and piece together directions from relevant tutorials. I've configured the various renditions of "hostname" correctly, and when I ping an external IP, I no longer get errors. As a result of pinging I have also learned that clicking out of putty is not an effective way to stop whatever is happening. Rebooting the next day when out of RAM was the next lesson, followed by the discovery of CTRL C. At one point last week I actually had Nginx with MariaDB, FPM, and APC at least installed, a WordPress site itching for resurrection, and dim dreams of Varnish, S3, MaxCDN and Cloudflare working in blissful harfmony. Alas, I never could get anything but "page not found" and "bad gateway" errors to actually appear. I have chrooted and re-chrooted, symlinked and apt-gotten more than I had ever planned on, and as you plainly see, gone sudo-insane. (At least the errors were served compliments of Nginx. Bittersweet.) BIND is a good name for what it did to me for a couple of days. Eventually I got my site back online with Amazon Linux and Apache on their freebie E2C. Took about 20 minutes. If I knew what I was doing I'm sure it would take much less. So now back to the task... Some sort of lightweight control panel to help me get things going sure seems like a great idea at this point. ISPConfig... Webmin... Froxlor... Let's try Froxlor! Nginx + FPM + PowerDNS - sounds like a winning combination. So now I've installed Froxlor, and apparently as a result reinstalled Apache, BIND9, and some mail programs that will never replace Google Apps. Ok, in 10 days I've learned how to find it, stop it, remove it, and purge it. I can subtract parts I don't need later. Right now I just need it to work. Here's the current issue: When I go to http://64.xx.xx.xx/froxlor/, Firefox asks where I want to download a PHP file. I suspect this post should give me a clue as to what to do, if only I understood what it meant. What now? And thank you.