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Plesk Autoinstaller

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by TonyTTL, Apr 17, 2006.

  1. TonyTTL

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    ERROR: There is kernel installation required for continue.
    Use --allow-kernel-install option for confirm

    I realise I must change the authority. How is this accomplished?
    I'm assuming here the option must be selected from the command line? rather than through the Plesk CP?
     
  2. akamaka

    akamaka New Pleskian

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    Same problem. How can i resolve this? Thanks.
     
  3. TonyTTL

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    iTS been a few days - but Im no further on. Perhaps I asked the question wrongly?

    I am still confident one of the tech savvy ppl on here will help (soon) - I hope ;)
     
  4. TonyTTL

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    I am talking to myself here I know hehehe but each time im learning something new.

    Plesk autoupdate wont allow kernel upgrades by default.

    Can I enable this option on my server for future updates?
    If so how? > thanks.
     
  5. akamaka

    akamaka New Pleskian

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    And can i upgrade the kernel in case of a VPS?...
     
  6. nwdhosting

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    Read the Manual?

    There is a manual that was posted on-line for the Autoupdater here:
    http://download1.sw-soft.com/Plesk/Plesk7.5/Doc/plesk-7.5r-auto-installer-users-guide.pdf

    The manual states that you can run the autoupdater in "wizard mode" from the command line. In the appendix it lists a whole bunch of different command line options that can be specified -- including this one:

    --allow_kernel_install

    Which according to the description does:

    Use this option if you want to allow kernel upgrade. By default, the auto-installer does not make any kernel upgrades. Note that auto-installer installs new kernels to the system, leaving the older kernel aside so that you can revert to it at any time.


    If I understand your question correctly, using this command line option with the autoupdater should fix your problem.
     
  7. TonyTTL

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    Thanks for your reply.

    Seems like i missed THIS bit:
    as I was confused by the Gui not offering the ability to append option.
    Got it now.
    Many thanks ;)
     
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