Anyone have 7.5.3 running under CentOS 3.5? I was finally able to get the OS installed with the needed RPMs. That alone turned out to be much more work than we ever had installing Plesk under RH 7.3 or ES 3.x. I used the RPM distribution of Plesk but even after a lot of tweaking things still are not working. And even though I've been able to get the install to run with only minor (?) errors I still don't have an operational system. The 2 errors that I'm still seeing in during the install are: # websrvmng: Service httpd failed to start # websrvmng: Service httpd failed to start # ===> Installing Admin Server # find: /usr/local/psa/admin/plib/api-cli: No such file or directory I have a list of things you have to do just to get this combination to install which probably isn't worth posting unless someone really wants to see it. Here's a list of the known (at this point) problems: spamassassin atempts to start prior to MySQL loading which causes it to fail. It does start correctly later. Can't use the web based updater since it is tied to version 3.3 (why?). We've been runnin ES3 for over a year and it has never been tied to a specific minor release. I know that all you have to do is change the string in the redhat-release file to read 3.3 vs. 3.5. But, why has SWSoft tied the web updater to a specific version of CentOS? Version 3 should be all that they care about, not version 3.3 (as it is with RH ES 3). Can't install a new license key. It says: usr/local/psa/admin/bin/httpsdctl graceful: configuration broken, ignoring restart /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/httpsdctl graceful: (run 'apachectl configtest' for details) /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/httpsdctl execution failed (no output) /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/httpsdctl execution failed (no output) fatal error: Plesk graceful restart failed fatal error: Plesk graceful restart failed Yet running: /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/httpsdctl configtest or /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/httpsdctl graceful at the command line works perfectly. I had high hopes for the CentOS/Plesk combination but it looks to me like this release was put together by a less experienced engineer and had minimal testing. If I drop back to CentOS 3.3 will things work - better? Given that 3.5 is really just a repackaged 3.3 with updated RPMs I'm not hopeful. I'd appreciate hearing from others who may have already been down this road.