Index of /services/custombuild/1.1

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[   ]custombuild.tar.gz2017-12-06 15:57 113K 
[DIR]custombuild/2012-02-13 20:09 -  
[TXT]options.conf2011-10-26 03:20 580  
[TXT]repack.sh2011-10-26 03:20 51  

NOTE: all issues are to be reported here:

Extract the contents of the custombuild.tar.gz into /usr/local/directadmin, which create and overwrite files in your custombuild directory.

Follow the instructions when you type "./build"


cd /usr/local/directadmin
mv custombuild custombuild.old
tar xvzf custombuild.tar.gz
cd custombuild
./build update_data
#if you want to customize your options.conf (eg, setup suPhp/cgi, do it here.)
./build all d

Which will install the apache and php version in the options.conf
The default is apache 2.2, php 5 CLI (non-suPhp).

If you've converted from customapache (vm-pop3d), after a few days of checking to ensure things are working correctly,
run the following command to remove all old mbox data:
echo "action=delete&value=mbox" >> /usr/local/directadmin/data/task.queue

Note there is no FrontPage support in custombuild.
Frontpage extensions have been end-of-life since June 2006

Don't forget to restart apache when you're done.

Rules for modifying the options.conf:

1) You must always have exactly one CLI version of php (/usr/local/bin/php for DA).

2) You're probably not going to want to run php 4 in both CLI and CGI at the same time.
If you want CLI and CGI, pick a version for each one.

May 23, 2007 - options.conf removed from the tar.gz file.