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cpanel [2010/09/14 12:59]
woky
cpanel [2010/11/18 13:48]
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 ===== cPanel installation ===== ===== cPanel installation =====
  
-cPanel distribution uses custom compiled Perl without threads. Bijk-node currently depends on some architecture dependent Perl modules. These modules aren't included in standard RedHat/​CentOS repositories. Popular RPM repositories like rpmforge already include these packages. However ​these packages are built against standard RedHat/​CentOS threaded Perl and doesn'​t work with cPanel Perl.+/* cPanel distribution uses custom compiled Perl without threads. Bijk-node currently depends on some architecture dependent Perl modules. These modules aren't included in standard RedHat/​CentOS repositories. Popular RPM repositories like rpmforge already include these packages, but these packages are built against standard RedHat/​CentOS threaded Perl and doesn'​t work with cPanel Perl.*/
  
-  - Install dependencies from CPAN:<​code>​ +  - Download installation script:<​code>​ 
-cpan Log::Log4perl Net::Server Net::CIDR IO::​Interface YAML::XS Module::​Build+wget http://​www.bijk.com/​pkg/​bijk-cpanel.sh
 </​code>​ </​code>​
-  - Get the latest source tarball from www.bijk.com/​pkg/​bijk-node_latest.tar.gz:<​code>​wget www.bijk.com/​pkg/​bijk-node_latest.tar.gz +  - Run installation script (as root):<​code>​ 
-tar zxvf bijk-node_latest.tar.gz +sh ./bijk-cpanel.sh
-</code> +
-  - Install ​bijk-node:<​code>​ +
-cd bijk-node_<​TAB>​ # replace tab with correct version (you can see it when unpacking in previous step) +
-CPANEL=1 perl Build.PL +
-./Build install +
-</​code>​ +
-  - Run bijk-node:<​code>​ +
-/​usr/​local/​sbin/​bijk-node+
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 +
cpanel.txt · Last modified: 2010/11/18 13:48 by woky