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    Nice; glad to help!

    Nice; glad to help!
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    How-To: MariaDB 10.3.12 on FreeBSD 11.2

    Here's a quick guide on how to fix the long-standing MariaDB 10.x on FreeBSD compilation issues when using CustomBuild. Credit goes to wattie for his previous thread on the matter.

    Tested on:

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  3. That's even better! I didn't know about...

    That's even better! I didn't know about DISABLE_CONFLICTS. No need to modify make.conf (which I try to avoid as much as I can) so this fits PB's goals perfectly.

    Thank you!
  4. You don't have to set anything in...

    You don't have to set anything in directadmin.conf. You can change where Squirrelmail, RoundCube and everything else installs and serves out of by changing Apache (or Nginx) httpd.conf aliases.
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  5. Webmail paths can be changed. The fact that you...

    Webmail paths can be changed. The fact that you are seeing those variables means that they can be overridden in directadmin.conf. Like I said, only the PHP paths are hard-coded.
  6. Thank you for that. I'll read through the docs...

    Thank you for that. I'll read through the docs and run some tests to see if this solves the issues I had initially.
  7. PortsBuild is not a package manager: it's a...

    PortsBuild is not a package manager: it's a deployment script at its core. It essentially takes care of the symlinks for you, and it's designed to setup a FreeBSD system from scratch with DirectAdmin...
  8. It's not as easy as it sounds unfortunately. I...

    It's not as easy as it sounds unfortunately. I can't simply knock on other developers' doors and ask to contribute without any proof of prior experiences.

    Also, I decided to build PortsBuild from...
  9. Actually, that's not a bad idea! Thank you for...

    Actually, that's not a bad idea! Thank you for the feedback. :)
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    This is great news! :cool:

    This is great news! :cool:
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    DirectAdmin runs out of the box on 10.3 x64 with...

    DirectAdmin runs out of the box on 10.3 x64 with compat9x. There's no immediate need to recompile it as far as I know. I've had my test system run on FreeBSD 10.3 for a while now with everything...
  12. Requesting feedback from FreeBSD Sysadmins (PortsBuild Project)

    Hi all, I'm in the middle of developing and testing the first release of PortsBuild, a CustomBuild alternative for FreeBSD 9.3/10.3 and beyond. I've come to a point in the code that warrants user...
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    Thanks for the support. :) Looks like no...

    Thanks for the support. :)

    Looks like no response from the DA staff regarding my request thread (oh well). Perhaps they're waiting to see if I actually release my promised script before they start...
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    Better way is to install security/ca_root_nss...

    Better way is to install security/ca_root_nss and let it handle the root certs for you. :)



    pkg install security/ca_root_nss
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    No problem! As long as you kept your CB2...

    No problem!

    As long as you kept your CB2 customizations in the custom/ directory, then you can safely do a ./build all d without worry. If you can disclose some of the customizations you've done,...
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    For starters, the installation prefix looks...

    For starters, the installation prefix looks wrong. How did you install PHP 5.5/5.6? Did you use CustomBuild2 or lang/php55|56?

    If you are running a recent version of FreeBSD, you rarely need to...
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    I've been tempted to just release the how-to...

    I've been tempted to just release the how-to first for those interested in setting up the system manually versus the scripted install (you don't even need to download/execute DirectAdmin's setup.sh...
  18. Customizing Additional Service Config & Binary Paths in directadmin.conf

    Hi, I'm kindly requesting the ability to modify the binary names & paths of additional services and configuration files used by DirectAdmin, such as PHP, BIND (named) and a few others listed below....
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    Hi, what kind of troubles did you have with...

    Hi, what kind of troubles did you have with FreeBSD 10.x? Perhaps I can show you how to fix it. :)

    FYI, I am running DirectAdmin with everything installed from Ports on a production system on 9.3,...
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    No idea. :) As much as I want to make...

    No idea. :)



    As much as I want to make money, there's nothing proprietary about what I've done, so I'm going to release my work to the wild (open source). I'm thinking of offering paid support...
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    Hi John, thanks for the reply! I haven't made...

    Hi John, thanks for the reply!

    I haven't made up my mind yet whether I want to release patches, full rewrites, a new script, or a mix of all three. I was hoping to get an okay to release the...
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    I sent another email about an hour ago, this time...

    I sent another email about an hour ago, this time to support@directadmin.com, with more details about my request. Hopefully I'll get an answer soon.
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    Hi all, here's a quick update for those curious...

    Hi all, here's a quick update for those curious about the project. I've been dissecting setup.sh and have successfully "hijacked" the installation process of DirectAdmin and CustomBuild, going so far...
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    Poll: I've always wanted this type of infrastructure,...

    I've always wanted this type of infrastructure, and thought about implementing it with shared storage (a combination of NFS+ZFS and/or CARP+HAST thrown in somewhere) and configuration files pushed...
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    Thank you for making our lives easier! :D I...

    Thank you for making our lives easier! :D

    I had no idea about #29, I may have skipped over that while going through your post. That will indeed make it much easier, thanks! Coincidentally, I've...
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