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Centos 7 support
#41
RE: Centos 7 support
Os used
Centos 7 x64

url used

PHP Code:
yum install wget -&& cd /tmp && wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/MBlagui/Sentora-tools/master/sentora_centos7_installer.sh && bash sentora_centos7_installer.sh 

Before install i run the command yum update


I tested the ubuntu 14.04 x86

It installed correctly but the domains was remain on pending after adding
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#42
RE: Centos 7 support
outdated installer we changed it a lot since then, as we changed the config packs that no longer ship with sentora. Will PM you the new beta URL.

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#43
RE: Centos 7 support
I will test it and reply back
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#44
RE: Centos 7 support
After installed from new url the domains even after Daemon run from panel and after server rebot is still pending and the dns zones are created and the domain is pointing to the CP

But after i run the comand from terminal

php /etc/zpanel/panel/bin/daemon.php

All works the domain is live and pointing to the site and not to cp
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#45
RE: Centos 7 support
Did you wait 5 min? For cron to run?

In my test cron is ok.

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#46
RE: Centos 7 support
Hi, I have a server with esxi that I can put some machines on it to test and I also have a cloud VPS sitting doing nothing.
I can install any OS and test if you need to.
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RE: Centos 7 support
(10-22-2014, 05:55 AM)R0Bzombie Wrote: Hi, I have a server with esxi that I can put some machines on it to test and I also have a cloud VPS sitting doing nothing.
I can install any OS and test if you need to.

Thanks for the offer I will PM you the installer hope we get your feedback.

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#48
RE: Centos 7 support
Here's the setup I've done

Centos7 minimal install
yum update
yum install net-tools
yum install nano
(launched the sentora installer)

So far, no problem. I even tried creating a sub domain named the same as the url I use to access the admin interface. It created the subdomain but it's still giving the admin panel.
I had some error because the dns change propagation on my domain wasn't completed, I went forward with the install.
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Domain never turn live?
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Sorry for the misunderstanding
domain.com turned live and sub.domain.com is still sending to control panel so good job guys
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