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  1. #1
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    Fedora + Cpanel .... Is it a good combination ?

    Planning to get a new server with Fedora with Cpanel but not sure about the stability of cpanel on fedora.

    Can anyone advise ?

    Thanx

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    We have been running cPanel + Fedora for the past month and it has been rock solid. I was a bit worried at first but took the chance since Fedora is a fork of redhat its not like there trying to support a new OS.

    So far so good, I will keep you updated on any caveats or hiccups if you like.


    --Snark

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    We have a couple of servers with Fedora and Cpanel.. err. almost half a dozen and they are doing great. I would recommend jumping into Fedora/Cpanel with ease.

    Fedora doesn't have pico installed, but that can be done manually in no time

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    I'd have to echo the other two.

    I was hesitant. But, we've not had any problems.
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    Same experiences here... no major problems and have about three Fedora servers online. In fact, although I wouldn't say our RHES boxes have been problematic, they have shown more niggly issues than our Fedora boxes.

    Fedora doesn't have pico installed, but that can be done manually in no time
    Just place a symlink for pico to nano. Both editors are very similar in usage.
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    Works just great.

    As a CPanel distributor, we find that most company's today are using Fedora when they signup for a license.
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    40 Servers with No problem on Fedora
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    Fedora is solid as a rock I haven't seen or heard about any issues.

    - Matt

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    Fedora doesn't have pico installed, but that can be done manually in no time
    type nano (can you tell the difference?)
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    Hello.

    I've not had any problems either, I was a bit worried but its all good
    We now offer Fedora as our main choice of OS.

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    the only issue I have: cannot integrate Tomcat into cPanel Have to install manually.

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    im glad pico isnt installed... it's worthless, use vi.

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    The people using Fedora and Cpanel are you using Core 1 or Core 2 ?

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    Core 2 hasnt been released yet, I'm running Test 3 locally, but I wouldnt dare use it on a server.
    MattF - Since the start...

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    Core 1. I wouldn't use Core 2 on a production box.

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