Posts by Nuxwin


    As nuxwin "destroyed" the french forum at ispcp.net. Maybe you should open a language subforum for the french guys.


    destroyed: deleted every post in the french subforum


    Yes I've destroyed all French threads since that all my answers to shitty charges were removed by ispCP leaders. Anyway, the threads in ispCP French section are not lost. The admin can restore them if he want.


    Also, don't worry, we have a plan but for now, it's kind of secret thing since ispCP Team copy all your code.


    Anyway, I'll not lost my time with you.

    Hello ;


    We have to fix several things before release. For now, we have not EAP (Early Access Program) for i-MSCP. We will create a nightly build script ASAP. For now, you can use the latest trunk version if you want test it and help us to debug.

    How to easy install skype on Debian Squeeze AMD64


    On the net, we can found several howto about skype installation on Debian Squeeze AMD64. Here I proposes a solution that allow to install skype without installing the i386 packaged version by forcing it via dpkg:


    I. Getting static skype version:


    1. Go to the /opt directory as root:

    Code
    1. # su# cd /opt


    2. Go to the skype site home page, create new account or connect you with your current skype login credentials, and then, download the static version of skype like this:

    Code
    1. # wget http://www.skype.com/go/getskype-linux-beta-static


    3. Extracting skype archive:

    Code
    1. # tar xjfv skype_static-2.1.0.81.tar.bz2# mv skype_static-2.1.0.81 skype# cd skype


    II. Installing dependencies:


    1. Install all libraries required to emulate 32bit environment:

    Code
    1. # aptitude install ia32-libs ia32-libs-gtk lib32asound2 lib32gcc1 lib32ncurses5 lib32stdc++6 lib32z1 linux32


    # Todo libasound2-plugins / bluez-utils


    2. Fixing dependencies problems ( http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=543448 )


    a. Getting and installing libwrap0 library (i386 version):


    1. Get pool URI for libwrap0:

    Code
    1. # apt-cache policy libwrap0


    Result is like: http://ftp2.fr.debian.org


    2. Getting libwrap0 library path in pool:

    Code
    1. # apt-cache show libwrap0 |grep Filename:


    Result is like: Filename: pool/main/t/tcp-wrappers/libwrap0_7.6.q-19_amd64.deb


    3. Get i386 version of the libwrap0 library:

    Code
    1. # wget http://ftp2.fr.debian.org/debian/pool/main/t/tcp-wrappers/libwrap0_7.6.q-19_i386.deb



    Note: The pattern is like this: {POOL_URI}/debian/{LIBRARY_PATH}


    4. Extracting the libwrap0 library in /opt/skype:

    Code
    1. dpkg-deb -X libwrap0_7.6.q-19_i386.deb /opt/skype


    a. Getting and installation of the libgdbm3 library (i386 version):


    Just repeat the same steps as for the libwrap0 library.


    III Configuration for shared libraries


    1. Creating a new file named skype.conf in /etc/ld.so.conf.d with the following content in it:

    Code
    1. /opt/skype/lib/opt/skype/usr/lib


    2. updating links:

    Code
    1. # ldconfig


    After, this, you can already run skype by executing the following command (as normal user) :

    Code
    1. $ sh /opt/skype


    Note: You can easily add a menu (On gnome, right click on Applications menu and select edit menu...)

    Please note that the official i-MSCP support is only available in the English section. We have created language corners for your convenience so you can communicate in your native language. Please use the English section even if it is not your native language whenever possible, as more of the community can respond to your requests.


    The core development team is only able to provide support in English, please keep this in mind when posting.


    The i-MSCP team.

    Please note that the official i-MSCP support is only available in the English section. We have created language corners for your convenience so you can communicate in your native language. Please use the English section even if it is not your native language whenever possible, as more of the community can respond to your requests.


    The core development team is only able to provide support in English, please keep this in mind when posting.


    The i-MSCP team.

    @Marcel


    Too late because we have already the domain names. Sorry


    But right now, instead of create new fork last suggested strongly by Joximu :huh: , you can help us to improve the current one.. ;)