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    • By Yush
      Hello Guys, I have looked into installation guide on GitHub but I didn't find any instruction on how to install Froxlor in CentOS7..
       
      I have seen some online article like this (https://www.vultr.com/docs/how-to-install-the-froxlor-server-management-panel-on-centos-7) but they are kind of outdated. I was wondering if it's still the method of installing current froxlor?
      Need a step by step guide on how to install froxlor on CentOS7
      Any help would be appreciated.
    • By LostNIL
      Greetings,
      I have Froxlor installed with PHP7.2 and need to install/enable PHP7.2-fpm. I've reviewed the wiki, The Froxlor YouTube video on the subject, and reviewed/completed the instructions within the Panel > Configuration > DB Jessie > Other > FPM and am having difficulties getting the panel to work with FPM. 
      All available instructions are written for PHP5 and when I complete the instructions and substitute PHP7.2, when the panel generates configurations there are syntax errors and the websites go down. 
       
      Does anyone have any pointers or updated instructions on enabling FPM/PHP7+ with Froxlor. 
    • By zed
      Hi, after fresh froxlor install on debian9 and php-fpm I have 503 error :
      Service Unavailable The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to maintenance downtime or capacity problems. Please try again later. In /var/log/apache2/error.log I found:
      [proxy:error] [pid 997] (2)No such file or directory: AH02454: FCGI: attempt to connect to Unix domain socket /var/lib/apache2/fastcgi/1-froxlor.panel-sub.domain.com-php-fpm.socket (*) failed [proxy_fcgi:error] [pid 997] [client 1.1.1.1:57529] AH01079: failed to make connection to backend: httpd-UDS I have not created any customers or domains yet and I can't access Froxlor panel and phpmyadmin
      File /var/lib/apache2/fastcgi/1-froxlor.panel-sub.domain.com-php-fpm.socket is not available, I created it but still not work.
      What can I do ?
    • By Kyle Willets
      I looked around and like my last question the directory on Centos 7 is different then the configuration in
      RHEL / CentOS (7) »  Webserver (HTTP) »  Apache 2.4
      I see that ofcourse my apache 2 is installed in httpd and I am searching, but no /etc/apache2/conf-enabled/acme.conf. I did see the first command created the var folders fine for customers, but the others all failed: 
      [root@s128426 ~]# nano /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
      [root@s128426 ~]# chown root:0 /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/
      chown: cannot access ‘/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/’: No such file or directory
      [root@s128426 ~]# chmod 0600 /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/
      chmod: cannot access ‘/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/’: No such file or directory
      [root@s128426 ~]# chown root:0 /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/
      chown: cannot access ‘/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/’: No such file or directory
      [root@s128426 ~]# chmod 0600 /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/
      chmod: cannot access ‘/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/’: No such file or directory
       
      When I search httpd these directories do not exist within it. Is there a separate install  for apache for Froxlor or something I am missing? I am really thinking about going to debian, but my dedicated host does not offer debian stretch at the moment so went centos being I knew it was the most up to date right now in their list.
       

       
    • By AreYouLoco?
      Hi,
      I am trying to setup froxlor on my Debian LAMP. I followed the guide from here: https://github.com/Froxlor/Froxlor/wiki/Install-froxlor-on-debian and and here https://github.com/Froxlor/Froxlor/wiki/Install-froxlor-from-tarball.
      I am stuck on page that I need to provide credentials to the database. When I go forward I do get this:

      I fill in my credentials; new password for froxlor database, new password for admin account, my root password that I can use to login locally via:
      mysql -u root -p Please help

       
      EDIT:
      I did some research and I allowed remote root login.
      MariaDB [(none)]> show grants; +------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | Grants for root@localhost | +------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ | GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO 'root'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED VIA unix_socket WITH GRANT OPTION | | GRANT PROXY ON ''@'%' TO 'root'@'localhost' WITH GRANT OPTION | +------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------+  
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