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OS not supported
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[Not Solved] OS not supported
Hi there

I'm moving to new VPS, but there's an issue, almost big providers, DO, Vultr, Linode,... do not provide Centos Minimal versions, only standards

And sentora can not be installed properly on these standard CentOS, there are always some plugins and addon not working, such as port 21 closed on CentOS 7.4, Ubuntu 16+ not supported, CentOS 6 then MySQL is too old, ... too many things.

Your sentora is too weak. You can not develop sentora on minimal OS while providers do not support these minimal versions.

Please suggest me a best OS for sentora. Many thanks
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[Not Solved] RE: OS not supported
(02-06-2018, 10:05 AM)7rdoq Wrote: Hi there

I'm moving to new VPS, but there's an issue, almost big providers, DO, Vultr, Linode,... do not provide Centos Minimal versions, only standards

And sentora can not be installed properly on these standard CentOS, there are always some plugins and addon not working, such as port 21 closed on CentOS 7.4, Ubuntu 16+ not supported, CentOS 6 then MySQL is too old, ... too many things.

Your sentora is too weak. You can not develop sentora on minimal OS while providers do not support these minimal versions.

Please suggest me a best OS for sentora. Many thanks

First thing to do is to ask your new VPS provider if they have a minimal install of CentOS or Ubuntu that is not listed.

The other alternative would be to remove all of the LAMP stack after you spin up their version of your desired OS. I think this topic has been discussed here before. One of the others like @Tgates should be able to give you a list of what to uninstall before trying to run the SENTORA installer.
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