Softaculous <![CDATA[32 bits operating system are not supported by softaculous]]>
We regret to inform you that, 32 bit Operating Systems have been discontinued from our support. None of the System Applications are maintained for 32 bit systems. Even if we allow the installation of Webuzo Panel, you shall not get the latest system applications.]]>
Wed, 22 Feb 2017 08:07:24 GMT
<![CDATA[Wiki installs failing]]>
Thank you for your reply. I am going to say that the source of my problem and all my irritation is that I was going by a knowledge base article on the site that provides my ISP (VPS) service. Unfortunately, none of the information I have learned was imparted there.

The article made it sound as though you download the install script, run it, set up Webuzo and Bob's your uncle. I now know this is nowhere close to right.

I opened a ticket with their tech support and was told, successively, "it's your fault" and "you need to covert to managed VPS so we can help you with questions like this." That would be a minimum of triple what I am paying; I can't afford that. OR they could update their knowledge base article.

This has been extremely frustrating to say the least.]]>
Tue, 21 Feb 2017 14:01:25 GMT
<![CDATA[Wordpress install - Error .htaccess]]>
We are having the same problem, while we are trying to import a remote Wordpress site via FTP.
Tue, 21 Feb 2017 07:31:05 GMT
<![CDATA[Wiki installs failing]]>
On the installation guide for Webuzo it's clearly mentioned that Webuzo needs to be installed on clean server and not with a pre installed LAMP stack.

The best way to avoid the internal server error, is to upload file via FTP using the default FTP account or SSH as Webuzo user, so in this way all the files created will have the correct permission.]]>
Tue, 21 Feb 2017 06:23:58 GMT
<![CDATA[New website build]]> Tue, 21 Feb 2017 00:06:32 GMT <![CDATA[Wiki installs failing]]>
For anyone experiencing what I was, Fix:Internal server error - Webuzohere is what I found to fix my issue.

In case the page opens to a different place later, the article to review is "Fix: Internal Server Error - Webuzo". To be plain, because I had to think about it a minute.
Step 1. Install Webuzo
Step 2. Remove apache on the local instance - in my case this was Centos 7
Step 3. Go to Webuzo panel -> All Installations
Step 4. Remove Apache
Step 5. Go to Installs (or Return to Overview)
Step 6. Install Apache from Webuzo
Step 7. May or may not need to do - restart the Apache service via 'service httpd restart'

This fixed it for me. If you are having my problem, I hope this fixes it for you!

Mon, 20 Feb 2017 16:24:31 GMT
<![CDATA[WHMCS integration, let whmcs choose password]]> How can we have whmcs generate random password or receive the generated password from softaculus via the addon ?
We want the welcome email to be sent from whmcs.
Mon, 20 Feb 2017 15:26:37 GMT
<![CDATA[Updating very old Ampps manually]]> Mon, 20 Feb 2017 14:22:02 GMT <![CDATA[AzureVM Ubuntu 14.04 - Webuzo]]> ;-D  and for share the solution who in your case helped!

Happy to hear that the issue is now fixed.
Enjoy :-)
Mon, 20 Feb 2017 14:14:17 GMT
<![CDATA[AzureVM Ubuntu 14.04 - Webuzo]]>
First, i forgot to set endpoint to 2002 and 2004. After that, it redirect to my private ip (myprivateip:2004/install.php) and I found this article

And now i see my webuzo initial setup.

Thanks :)
Hope this usefull.]]>
Mon, 20 Feb 2017 14:11:43 GMT