I installed plesk 7.5 reloaded on a test server several months ago for some clients, and it went very easily. Now that it's time to go into production, the prod server's offline, and I'm trying to install plesk on it... and it's not working at all. I'm running a clean RHEL 3.6, brand new install. Tried to autoinstall plesk, it failed. Tried it again, after fixing the password for mysql.. and it failed again, in different ways. Deleted the /usr/local/psa directory, as the script itself suggests... and I still couldn't get past the last couple of rpm's. (horde, and imp, if I recall correctly) So then, I got to the point where the autoinstaller would exit, claiming that I have all the components installed. Which might be true, in the sense that the rpm's are in the rpmdb, but I don't have the /usr/local/psa directory, or the .psa.shadow file in /etc/psa... or the psa database in mysql. The autoinstaller apparently doesn't realize any of this. Figured I might as well r'n'r the server. Reinstalled clean as a whistle. More autoinstall failure. Pretty much back to where I've started, except a day later. What I guess I want to know is- do I even have any options? Can I recover from this half-installed condition, or can I even clean the psa stuff back off the system to try again? Is there any way to do this install without the script? I'll be more than happy to provide more info if anyone can help me, I'll post install log files, anything. Thanks in advance.