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Plesk with FreeBSD 6.1 64-bit

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by dsch, Sep 16, 2006.

  1. dsch

    dsch Guest

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    Hi

    I've tried getting help on this with the support, but they are rather slow to answer so there might be a faster respond here.

    I'm trying to install Plesk 8.0.1 on FreeBSD 6.1 64-bit. I do have lib32 installed, and I've tried to hack the install script so it doesn't quit when it detects are wrong version.

    The auto-installer just gives me this response:
    "No suitable releases for your system is found on the server"

    I then downloaded the 444 MB package, and it didn't want to install either. I hacked it as much as I could so version didn't matter, and so it didn't check checksum either. Got this response:

    Is there another way to get this done? It's a Sun Fire X2100 server. Is it easier to just give up on FreeBSD 6.1 and install another 64-bit OS that plesk does support (though I really would like to get plesk running with FreeBSD)?
     
  2. dsch

    dsch Guest

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    Well, not much help, I've to some way trick the plesk installer, and make uname give another version number instead. I'm trying to figure out how, but I'm very close to give up on FreeBSD 6.1 and get Suse instead.

    Too bad Plesk doesn't support 64-bit FreeBSD 6.1... :(
     
  3. dsch

    dsch Guest

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    I finally gave up and installed Suse 9.3 instead :(
     
  4. secular

    secular Guest

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    as soon as plesk 8.1 comes out, it will have support for freebsd6.1 ...
     
  5. dsch

    dsch Guest

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    Thanks for the information! No use for me now, though.
     
  6. secular

    secular Guest

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    freebsd is better for 64-bit architecture, in my opinion. its worth going back once it is supported. or you could always use freebsd 6.0
     
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