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CentOS-3.4 -- compatible with 7.5.3 ?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by JohnB@, May 12, 2005.

  1. JohnB@

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    The SW-Soft site list CentOS-3.3 as being compatible with Plesk 7.5.3 Reloaded. But how about CentOS-3.4?

    Has anyone installed this -- any problems?? Or do I need to download an outdated CentOS version to install Plesk?

    Thanks.

    John
     
  2. Griffith

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    works perfect with centos-3.4.. but you should change the info in /etc/redhat-release Search the forum for more info..
     
  3. Cranky

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    In reality that shouldn't be necessary - otherwise why don't we just use the RHEL3 version and change /etc/redhat-release.

    The CentOS build should just be the same as the RHEL3 build ... and both should accept anything in /etc/redhat-release as long as it's RHEL3.x or CentOS3.x IMHO.
     
  4. Griffith

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    I'm not sure if I agree with that.. if you don't change the info in /etc/redhat-release the updater won't work.. Never use it anyway, but for those who use it... :)
     
  5. Cranky

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    Hi,

    No, you're not getting what I mean. What I am saying is in reality the RHEL3 and CentOS builds of Plesk SHOULD be identical other than the checker for the string in /etc/redhat-release. I see no point in SWsoft creating a different build for both OS'es, and there *should* be one single release which accepts all possible combinations of content for /etc/redhat-release on all versions of RHEL3 and CentOS3.x.

    I know in practice this isn't the case, but I really don't see why it's like this.
     
  6. Griffith

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    ahh..sorry ;) I totally agree.. no idea why they make a own release for centos..
     
  7. WebDork

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    Just to double check, what info is needed in /etc/redhat-release ?

    Is this okay? I have one line that has:

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES release 3 (Taroon Update 4)
     
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