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  1. I have been in the process of installing Froxlor in a Google Cloud Instance. All the errors I have encountered I was able to fix them by searching on the web, but this one I couldn't find a solution for the past two hours. Simply I need help solving this error.😓
  2. CentOS 7.4 _x64 / PHP7.2.1 / Apache 2.4 / Froxlor 0.9.38.8 Installation success, wanting to login the installation page keeps on returning, dejavu all over the browser console shows
  3. Hallo zusammen, ich bin leider ein wenig am verzweifel. Ich habe froxlor über apt auf Debian Jessie installiert. (Verwendete Anleitung: https://www.secretisland.de/froxlor-installation-debian/ ) Froxlor lässt sich über http://[Server]/froxlor/ einwandfrei erreichen. Dann nach http://www.servermom.org/how-to-install-froxlor-on-debian-or-ubuntu-vps/ http://www.servermom.org/basic-setup-for-froxlor-control-panel/2757/ konfiguriert. Es hat alles ohne Fehler geklappt. Leider wird nach dem Erstellen von Kunden, domains etc keine Verzeichnisse erstellt. Es gibt nicht einmal das customers Verzeichnis ( var/customers/ ) !!! Was mich allerdings Wundert ... Im Admin Panel => System => Konfiguration (ich weis nicht wozu das überhaupt ist - GLAUBE aber, das ist nur für das ÄNDERN des Servers. ) Kann ich Distribution => Debian Jessie Service => Webserver Daemon => Apache 2.4 auswählen. Wenn ich aber das angegebene Komando chmod u+x example-script.sh ./example-script.sh ausführen möchte.. root@testserver-deb8:/home/boergi# chmod u+x example-script.sh chmod: Zugriff auf „example-script.sh“ nicht möglich: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden root@testserver-deb8:/home/boergi# ./example-script.sh bash: ./example-script.sh: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden root@testserver-deb8:/home/boergi# wird das example-script.sh nicht gefunden. Obwohl ich ja nicht verstehe, wofür diese Konfiguration notwendig ist.... habe ich nach "example-script.sh" im Formum gesucht... Leider ohne relevanten erfolg. Weis jemand Rat - oder Info-Seiten, die mir bei meinem Problem (Verzeichnisse werden nicht erstellt) helfen können. Vielen Dank für eure Hilfe Boergi
  4. I Installed froxlor in my New Droplet. when I access ipaddress/froxlor/ Page.. Display Following codings... How can resolve my Issue.
  5. Onlinemarketing-Agentur

    one click application management

    Hello, I have been using Froxlor for a while now but one of the things I have always been missing is a modern system which helps me to save time. I am frequently setting up web sites for customers and to be honest, Froxlor's approach to installing applications is way too nerdy to give someone else this task, who is not really into it. Every large ISP has already got this somehow and I have always been wondering, why Froxlor is not going down this route: a one Click installation of any application I want would be terrific! - Forget the times, where you have been: 1. starting a customer, 2. giving him an email adress 3. giving him an ftp 4. giving him a mysql database 5. download the application you want 6. upload the application to the according path 7. connect the application with the database 8. connect customer with domain Hours of work could be saved for each and every person involved. So PLEASE, PLEEEEEASE - I beg you guys, please get froxlor on the right track again or I have to move to proprietary solutions just to save time.. but this is not really the solution i want as most of my sites are managed fine by froxlor and i actually like the fact that I can handle every possible aspect with it..
  6. Hallo Zusammen, ich denke ich habe hier ein etwas ungew?hnliches Problem. Uns zwar muss/m?chte ich Froxlor auf Debian Lenny zum laufen bringen. Grund ist ein Oxyd-Shop der nur bis PHP 5.2.6 funktioniert und mir erscheint die Variante mit Debian Lenny besser als Apt-Pinning. Jetzt gibt es ja diese oldstable-Quelle, nur hab ich sowas leider noch nie gemacht (warum auch )und daher keine Ahnung wie ich nun dieses/eine alte Version installiere. W?re super wenn jemand ne Idee hat wie ich das machen kann.
  7. I'm installing Froxlor on a test system and am thinking of using it on a server. It's impressive to see that Froxlor supports a couple of GNU/Linux distros and the usual array of options in Linux daemons/services. My question is: Which daemons are "more supported" or preferred? Yes, I know the standard answer will be "they're all supported", but with that said, I've found that with limited development time often some distros and/or daemons are preferred or are more mainstream/better supported than others. Exim-heavy or Postfix? Pro or pure FTP daemon? Which are more typical? For example, for me as an admin using a control panel, I want to muck around with the SMTP server as little as possible; as such, I have no preferences. I just want to use the one that's most solid and least problem-prone. As a Froxlor newbie, does anyone have any opinions on this? Thanks in advance.
  8. 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.
  9. Just installed a fresh stable portage system and emerged froxlor 0.9.26 and also the bleeding edge git version. In both cases I run into the same errors: 1. dkim-filter: /etc/mail/dkim-filter/dkim-filter.conf: /etc/mail/dkim-filter/my-selector-name.private: stat(): No such file or directory * start-stop-daemon: failed to start `/usr/sbin/dkim-filter' [ !! ] * ERROR: dkim-filter failed to start 2. doveconf: Warning: Obsolete setting in /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf:2: 'imaps' protocol is no longer necessary, remove it doveconf: Warning: Obsolete setting in /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf:2: 'pop3s' protocol is no longer necessary, remove it doveconf: Warning: Obsolete setting in /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf:12: ssl_cert_file has been replaced by ssl_cert = <file doveconf: Warning: Obsolete setting in /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf:13: ssl_key_file has been replaced by ssl_key = <file doveconf: Warning: Obsolete setting in /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf:36: add auth_ prefix to all settings inside auth {} and remove the auth {} section completely doveconf: Warning: Obsolete setting in /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf:38: passdb sql {} has been replaced by passdb { driver=sql } doveconf: Warning: Obsolete setting in /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf:42: userdb prefetch {} has been replaced by userdb { driver=prefetch } doveconf: Warning: Obsolete setting in /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf:45: userdb sql {} has been replaced by userdb { driver=sql } doveconf: Warning: Obsolete setting in /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf:49: auth_user has been replaced by service auth { user } 3. * start-stop-daemon: failed to start `/usr/sbin/named' [ !! ] * ERROR: named failed to start (hei?t der nicht bind9 auf gentoo?) 4. /etc/init.d/../conf.d/hostname: Zeile 1: test.meinserver.de: Kommando nicht gefunden. [ ok ] 5. /var/tmp/portage/www-apps/froxlor-9999/temp/environment: Zeile 2692: ssl_certificate_key /etc/ssl/server/test.meinserver.de.pem: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden /var/tmp/portage/www-apps/froxlor-9999/temp/environment: Zeile 2693: : Kommando nicht gefunden. with dkim I need to say: please support opendkim. I can't post all this into the Bug section that's why I am trying it here hoping for some help
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