Thanks Nuxwin for the quick reply and info. Have a good weekend
I have been using I-MSCP for several years now and have recently installed the latest I-MSCP 1.5.3 on a new server.
With the EOL of PHP 7.1 coming up I would like to use at least PHP 7.3 as default PHP version.
I have tried to use the script perl imscp-autoinstall -dr php to change the default version but only PHP 5.6, 7.0 and 7.1 are available while using this script.
I use PHPSwitcher and PHP 7.3 is installed and available from the I-MSCP backend.
Any help would be appreciated or reference to the documentation that explains how to change PHP default version.
Any suggestions how to properly setup Cloudflare while using the LetsEncrypt Plugin? Right now I'm getting a message saying "This site can't provide a secure connection". I'm using the Free Cloudflare Plan and have set SSL: Full not Full (Strict). It does state in the Crypto area of the CloudFlare Control Panel Note: SSL certificate issuance may take up to 24 hours. From my understanding the LetsEncrypt Certificate on my server will be used by CloudFlare. If anyone has come across this situation before let me know your thoughts. Is this a problem misconfigured CloudFlare or should I just be patient.
I have purchased the LetsEncrypt Plugin and installed on a DO "Digital Ocean" Ubuntu 16.04 system with no problem. I was wondering if there is anything further I need to do, install Cert-bot or other utilities on the server to get up and running. Besides the images, screenshots of the i-MSCP backend, I can't find any further installation instructions. I have added the first domain to the i-MSCP but it is not connected to the Live Domain IP. So the certificate can't be created yet. Is there a suggested way to test the domain before going live? I hope my questions were clear enough.
I am trying to install i-MSCP on a new Linode with Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Latest 64 bit 4.6.5-x86_64-linode
I have already attempted this on a DigitalOcean Droplet and have the same result.
The system has been updated and upgraded. Totally fresh server.
I start the install process using root user. Once I get to the point of entering the i-MSCP database name I am thrown out of the install process back to the command prompt in putty.
I have tried this several times with the same result. Both on Linode and DO.
Any suggestions would be helpful.
Thank you very much. Just what I was looking for.
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Version
I apologize if this has been asked before, I couldn't find an answer in the forums.
What is the location of the daily backup script. In other flavors of these SCP's such as EasySCP the location of their script is: /var/www/easyscp/daemon/CronDomainBackup.php
When I setup a new server I like to run a backup manually to make sure everything is connecting and working properly before adding new sites, customers to the server.
IMSCP seems to be a stable, more full featured than the other Control Panel built off of the Old ISPCP, plus there appears to be a lot of people that were involved in the ISPCP project. The install process is a dramatic improvement also.
If anyone could tell me the correct location of the Backup Script it would be greatly appreciated.