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doc:installationguide:basic-panel [2014/12/13 17:07]
gradator [Install and configure Apache2]
doc:installationguide:basic-panel [2016/10/03 23:00] (current)
gradator [Install and configure Apache2] 4.5 -> 4.6
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   # apt-get install apache2   # apt-get install apache2
-  ~/vhffs-4.5# cp ./​vhffs-doc/​config/​apache/​panelconf /​etc/​apache2/​sites-available/​panel+  ~/vhffs-4.6# cp ./​vhffs-doc/​config/​apache/​panelconf /​etc/​apache2/​sites-available/​panel.conf
  
 then edit the file and adapt it to your needs **/​etc/​apache2/​sites-available/​panel** then edit the file and adapt it to your needs **/​etc/​apache2/​sites-available/​panel**
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 Once you are ready, run: Once you are ready, run:
  
 +  # a2enmod cgid
   # a2ensite panel   # a2ensite panel
-  # apache2ctl ​graceful+  # apache2ctl ​restart
  
 If everything is working fine, you'll get the following: If everything is working fine, you'll get the following:
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-Go to http://​panel.your.host/​subscribe.pl and fill all the fields.+Go to http://​panel.your.host/​?do=subscribe and fill all the fields.
  
 <note warning> <note warning>
-Users created through the panel or any other way offered by VHFFS are going to be unix users. Therefore you must **absolutely not** create a user with the same username of an already existing user on your system. If you do it, you can expect to not be able anymore to log in to your server with the duplicated user. If this is your only user you will lost the only way you had to log in to your server. More, asking your housing provider to reboot the server won't change anything, you'll probably need to physically reach the server to fix your mistake.+Users created through the panel or any other way offered by VHFFS are going to be unix users. Therefore you must **absolutely not** create a user with the same username of an already existing user on your system. If you do so, you can expect to not be able anymore to log in to your server with the duplicated user. If this is your only user you will lost the only way you had to log in to your server. More, asking your housing provider to reboot the server won't change anything, you'll probably need to physically reach the server to fix your mistake.
 </​note>​ </​note>​
  
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   # dpkg-reconfigure locales   # dpkg-reconfigure locales
   ​   ​
-Then select ​all character sets for each wanted translation.+Then select ​at least the UTF-8 codeset ​for each wanted translation.
  
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