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FreeBSD 6 + PLESK 8 install problem

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Gala, Apr 3, 2006.

  1. Gala

    Gala Guest

    Preparing system for Plesk installation

    There are 0 standard packages, that are necessary for Plesk and which
    were not found in your system.

    There are 0 standard packages, that are installed, but will be upgraded
    for product installation.

    N) Install Plesk and all required packages; P) Go back;
    Q) Cancel installing; L) Show list of packages;
    Select action [N]:
    Get Plesk product packages from specified source
    Download file psa_v8.0.0_build80060331.13_os_FreeBSD_6.0_i386.sh:
    10%..20%..30%..40%..50%..60%..70%..80%..90%..100% done
    Start packages installation
    Install package psa
    bsdtar 1.02.023, libarchive 1.02.026
    Use gtar
    Execute cmd failed: sh /root/psa/PSA_8.0.0/dist-standard-FreeBSD-6.0-i386/psa_v8.0.0_build80060331.13_os_FreeBSD_6.0_i386.sh
    ERROR: Error while install .sh package
    ERROR: Installation failed

    Any suggestion to solve this problem ?
  2. Ferragi

    Ferragi Guest

    I've got the same problem today... still no luck trying to install...

    If anyone could help on this I would be glad... and I'll let you know if I get any progress...
  3. Gala

    Gala Guest

    Try to install gtar from ports.
    I can install PLESK 8 now.
  4. Ferragi

    Ferragi Guest

    Yes... just did it... thanks Gala :)
  5. StarGazer

    StarGazer Guest

    How to install gtar from ports? Need help. Can't to install the plesk 8.0 :(
  6. Ferragi

    Ferragi Guest

    Go to /usr/ports/ (or whenever ports is installed).
    Execute: make search name=gtar

    Mine returns the directory /usr/ports/archivers/gtar... so go to the directory it returns...

    Then type: make install clean

    If it finishs without errors then gtar is sucessfull installed on your system.
  7. StarGazer

    StarGazer Guest

    I see. Thanks. I have no installed ports yet. :(