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    debian 5 64-bit

    Anyone installed DirectAdmin on a Debian 5 64-bit machine successfully?

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    According to other threads on these and other forums it appears to work fine. I find it rather disturbing though that DirectAdmin still denies any official support for 64-bit machines in a time where every server has 64-bit capabilities and 4GB RAM modules are about as expensive as a hamburger.

    Come on DirectAdmin, when's the official Debian AMD64 support coming?

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    What's the current state? Looking at the list in the license system, it appears there is still no official support for 64-bits debian/ubuntu?

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    I know people have it running not sure if its official or not.

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    i wait for da support debian5 64bit

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    Quote Originally Posted by iCafe View Post
    i wait for da support debian5 64bit
    Same here! Debian 5 is almost out for a year.. :-(!

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    Hi,

    Debian 5 -64 bits version of DA is up and running !

    Still in beta for the time beeing, but it installs and works without a hitch.

    Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by webmaster-hub View Post
    Hi,

    Debian 5 -64 bits version of DA is up and running !

    Still in beta for the time beeing, but it installs and works without a hitch.

    Dan
    Hmm... I will have to try this again. When I first tried, many things were broken (mysql wouldn't install, having mysql connection issues, etc.). Guess I will try this again.

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    debian 64bit

    Quote Originally Posted by eger View Post
    Hmm... I will have to try this again. When I first tried, many things were broken (mysql wouldn't install, having mysql connection issues, etc.). Guess I will try this again.
    let me know if it's working thanks...

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    To my horror I noticed that the server software (Debian 64-bit) my client had installed was not supported by DA. Well, as we had already paid for the software and had an empty server I took the liberty to try out. There were a few error messages regarding quotas etc. but to my surprise DirectAdmin seems to work.

    I have created a couple of users, logged in as a user, created subdomains and it all seems to work, no errors so far.

    I have read reports about people having used DA with Debian64 for some time without problems. Are there any dangers we should be aware of?

    Markku

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodrigo View Post
    let me know if it's working thanks...
    I just changed one of my free DA licenses to Debian 5 64bit again and installed... It works!

    I didn't pay attention to the installer to see if any major errors occurred. But after the install finished all the services seemed to be working (mysql, apache, php, proftpd, dovecot, exim).

    I selected the custombuild script and didn't use defaults. I selected php5, apache 2.2, mysql 5.1, and dovecot.

    Seems like there may have been some updates or changes to the installer since I last tried.

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