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php update and sb-publish

Discussion in 'SiteBuilder' started by mdiberi, Jan 7, 2009.

  1. mdiberi

    mdiberi Guest

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    I had to remove sb-publish in order to update php. I removed by rpm -e sb-publish and thought it a simple matter to reinstall. Unfortunately rpm -i sb-publish returns:

    error: open of sb-publish failed: No such file or directory

    The issue centers around the forced use of an old sqlite2 for Sitebuilder and the lack of updating Sitebuilder to accommodate. Any help out there???

    Thanks much
     
  2. Dmitry Frantsev

    Dmitry Frantsev Golden Pleskian

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    Actually, sb-publish package is virtual one and does not contain any files. Example, from my test server:

    # rpm -ql sb-publish-3.0.1-200610111449
    (contains no files)

    As I know it should goes together with Plesk and required for Parallels Plesk CP and Parallels Plesk Sitebuilder integration. Try to install it through Plesk Autoupdate function.
     
  3. mdiberi

    mdiberi Guest

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    Dmitry, thanks for the reply. I ended up removing sb-publish only using rpm -e sb-publish. That allowed me to update to atomics lastest php. I then reinstalled with rpm -ivh -nodeps sb-publish.... After that everything was fine and Sitebuilder came up with no problems.
     
  4. KirkM

    KirkM Basic Pleskian

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    Where is it? I need to do the same thing.

    Also, is sb-publish needed if you uninstall sitebuilder? I heard Plesk may need it for something. If not, then I would like to just leave it out.
     
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