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FreeBSD 6.0 Support

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by carlosho17, Oct 26, 2005.

  1. carlosho17

    carlosho17 Guest

    Hi there,

    I'm trying to run autoinstaller under FreeBSD 6.0 with compat5.x enabled ... but no luck, it says:

    You are using FreeBSD 6.0, but autoinstaller
    was compiled for FreeBSD 5.3.
    Exiting autoinstaller.

    Any idea when FreeBSD 6.x will be supported ? or at least that it recognizes that it can run under 6.x through compat5.x ?
  2. etan

    etan Guest

    Freebsd 6.0 is not even in production yet.

    Release Candidate 1 at this stage.

    I would imagine it will be a long time before plesk for freebsd 6.0 comes out.

    Also, running freebsd 6.0rc1 in a production enviroment would probably be not to bright an idea.
  3. hansf

    hansf Guest

    I'm sorry for the kick but this OP exactly shows my question and I'm not satisfied with this answer. I think 6.0 is FreeBSD's best release in years and installing 5.x just because the Plesk-installer doesn't like 6 is a silly thing.

    Moreover: I've run Plesk 7.5.4 on a 6.0 box by installing it on 5.x and upgrading the OS to 6.0 without noticing any problem. So I think it's just the installer that doesn't like FreeBSD 6.0.

    Can someone point me to a workaround that does not require me to first install FBSD 5.3 install Plesk and then upgrade, please?