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Installing xenForo (Testing so I can learn)

Yashjeet

Active member
#1
Hello,

I'm currently learning Linux on installing xenForo however, i'm on centOS and when I ran this command -
cp /usr/local/lsws/phpbuild/php-5.4.17/php.ini-development /usr/local/lsws/lsphp5/lib/php.ini It gave me the following output -
[root@vps ~]# cp /usr/local/lsws/phpbuild/php-5.4.17/php.ini-development /usr/local/lsws/lsphp5/lib/php.ini
cp: cannot stat `/usr/local/lsws/phpbuild/php-5.4.17/php.ini-development': No such file or directory
I've done everything through out these guides -

PART 1 - http://xenforo.com/community/resour...tos-openlitespeed-percona-with-pictures.1844/

PART 2 - http://xenforo.com/community/resour...tos-openlitespeed-percona-with-pictures.2258/'

(I'm on the Part 2, everything went fine up until the command specified above)'

Is their any help? I'm on the PHP build 5.4.22. Also, I followed the guide step by step!
 

Slavik

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#8
Okay, I've tried that and now it doesn't load anything! http://162.221.176.76/
Double check your litespeed settings, try moving it back to 8080 and if that works, then try moving to 80 again. The fact you had apache installed and running also suggests you wernt using a minimal centos install, so it may have installed other stuff for you aswell...
 

Yashjeet

Active member
#9
Double check your litespeed settings, try moving it back to 8080 and if that works, then try moving to 80 again. The fact you had apache installed and running also suggests you wernt using a minimal centos install, so it may have installed other stuff for you aswell...
YOURSERVERIP:80 doesn't work. This works though YOURSERVERIP:8088. Now... I have another problem, when I navigate to find /etc/my.conf/ it can't find it, it doesn't exist. What do I do to fix this?
 
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Slavik

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#10
That wont exist :)

Its /etc/my.cnf

If 8088 is working, then you havent re-bound it correctly. Double check your settings.
 

Yashjeet

Active member
#11
That wont exist :)

Its /etc/my.cnf

If 8088 is working, then you havent re-bound it correctly. Double check your settings.
I tried /etc/my.cnf it still didn't work.
Also, The settings are fine, I think. Here's the out put!
Listener Name
Default
IP Address



ANY
Port
80
Binding
Not Set
Secure
No
NotesNot Set
Should I re-try the whole process from step 1..?
 

Slavik

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#12
I tried /etc/my.cnf it still didn't work.
Also, The settings are fine, I think. Here's the out put!
Listener Name
Default
IP Address



ANY
Port
80
Binding
Not Set
Secure
No
NotesNot Set
Should I re-try the whole process from step 1..?
Yea, I would nuke and reload your server. Try to ensure its a *minimal* install if your host gives the option.

If not, the first thing you should do is stop apache and remove it before going through my guide.
 

Yashjeet

Active member
#13
Yea, I would nuke and reload your server. Try to ensure its a *minimal* install if your host gives the option.

If not, the first thing you should do is stop apache and remove it before going through my guide.
Okay, will re-boot it now! :D, Please check back the thread if I need help, lol.
 

Yashjeet

Active member
#14
Yea, I would nuke and reload your server. Try to ensure its a *minimal* install if your host gives the option.

If not, the first thing you should do is stop apache and remove it before going through my guide.
Hi,
I re-installed everything (Didn't install anything, re-installed the OS and did part 1, into part 2.) However, when I went to http://162.221.176.76/ it does the apache and I didn't even install apache.
 

Yashjeet

Active member
#16
Yea, your hosts install probably loads a bunch of stuff on there you don't want.

Stop and remove it first and then try again.
I'm using a VPS. I have a dedicated server that i'm running my minecraft server on. Should I go on their? Or, how do I remove apache?
 

Slavik

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#17
I'm using a VPS. I have a dedicated server that i'm running my minecraft server on. Should I go on their? Or, how do I remove apache?
Never mess around on a live server unless your compfortable with reverting any changes.

Assuming its installed via yum

yum list installed http

and then use yum remove on any installed packages.
 
#18
Never mess around on a live server unless your compfortable with reverting any changes.

Assuming its installed via yum

yum list installed http

and then use yum remove on any installed packages.
Okay, I did yum remove httpd. Now.., I did EVERYTHING right and I know it. I made it port 80, and once when I removed apache http://162.221.176.76/ doesn't work anymore. It just says reload page. What should I do now.