Hello

We were using Plesk on FreeBSD 5.4, i386, and had a lot of problem with qmail wich is crashing sometimes without any reason. We tried differend tips found on forums and disabling antivirus and modifying some script we managed to restart the crashed mail service by watchdog, but still the mail service crash more than ten times a day. The problem with crashing qmail was found not only on FreeBSD but on Linux too. So our learned lesson was: 1. don't try even to make it work if is not designed for your version of bsd, is a waste of time, 2. Plesk 7.5 is not as good as we thought, you might try Plesk 8, maybe is better, but, I still recommend you CPanel. Is difficult to work with closed source code, if a problem occurs you do not know what to do.


Best Regards,
ovidiu

Dan Schultzer wrote:

Hello

I've got FreeBSD 6.1 installed on a Sun Fire X2100 server, and are trying to get plesk installed. But plesk isn't supported for FreeBSD 6.1 64-bit version yet, so it has been hard work to try trick it. Now I want to trick the uname command to show the version needed for plesk installation. Any one having an easy and pretty safe way to do this? This is the last try before I trash FreeBSD as it's pretty important that this server come up and running soon, though I love FreeBSD :(

Also, I'm not member at this list so please mail / cc me directly. Thanks.

Regards,
Dan Schultzer
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