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AutoInstaller Problems in Centos

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by pittallen, Oct 16, 2005.

  1. pittallen

    pittallen Guest

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    Dear all,

    I am new to installing Plesk, however from a brand new fresh install of centos the auto installer fails to work (even though the supplied docs make no mention of any expected issues or known problems)

    It appears to go through all the motions, accepts all the options, downloads all the .rpm's, however it bombs out when it comes to installing.

    I get the following:

    Installing rh-postgresql-libs-7.3.9-2.i386.rpm
    warning: /root/psa/PSA_7.5.3/COS3.3_std.updates/rh-postgresql-libs-7.3.9-2.i386.rpm: V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, key ID 025e513b
    file /usr/lib/libpq.so.3 from install of rh-postgresql-libs-7.3.9-2 conflicts with file from package postgresql-libs-7.4.8-1.RHEL4.1
    Not all required packages were installed.
    Press <ENTER> to continue...

    This is exactly the same with 7.5.3 and 7.5.4 (i tried both to be sure).


    After a weekend of disappointment, I'm falling out of love with Plesk.

    Help!


    Martin
     
  2. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

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    Looks like you may have to uninstall " postgresql-libs-7.4.8-1.RHEL4.1" before running the installer (which is trying to install an older version build for a different OS)

    And unless I'm mistaken, looks like you're running CentOS 4.1 (RHEL4.1), but the listed "Requirements" for Plesk for Linux, under OS does not specifically list CentOS 4.1, it only actually lists CentOS 3.3

    From this, one could deduce that there may be problems or issues since the OS is not specifically listed as supported. Just my .02
     
  3. pittallen

    pittallen Guest

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    After quite a bit of hassle getting no where, I decided to see if anyone in these forums did installs. After a bit of checking i came across a guy called Andrew, who goes by the forum name of "cranky".

    A bit of information back and forth, he understood the problem and gave me full confidence in knowing his stuff.

    A short time later, the job had been completed, and he had even done a bit of security checks and upgraded some vital things that i knew i needed to do, but you know the saying, never enough time.

    Credits where credits due. I would recommend giving Andrew a whirl, especially if your having Centos issues.


    Martin
     
  4. Cranky

    Cranky Guest

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    Thanks for the feedback, you're welcome!
     
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