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Yes. Even rebooted server.
[root@ng1 www]# yum info ajenti-v-nginx
Loaded plugins: fastestmirror
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
* epel: mirror.steadfast.net
* remi: mirrors.mediatemple.net
* remi-php55: mirrors.mediatemple.net
Installed Packages
Name : ajenti-v-nginx
Arch : noarch
Version : 0.1.31
Release : 1
Size : 14 k
Repo : installed
From repo : ajenti
Summary : NGINX support for Ajenti V
URL : http://ajenti.org/
License : AGPLv3
Description : NGINX support for Ajenti V

[root@ng1 www]# yum info ajenti-v-php-fpm
Loaded plugins: fastestmirror
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
* epel: mirror.steadfast.net
* remi: mirrors.mediatemple.net
* remi-php55: mirrors.mediatemple.net
Installed Packages
Name : ajenti-v-php-fpm
Arch : noarch
Version : 0.1.18
Release : 1
Size : 4.4 k
Repo : installed
From repo : ajenti
Summary : PHP support for Ajenti V (via PHP-FPM)
URL : http://ajenti.org/
License : AGPLv3
Description : PHP support for Ajenti V (via PHP-FPM)

[root@ng1 www]#
Huh, it spawns in the correct location on a clean install of Ajenti. Oh well, I guess unless I can reproduce it on a clean install it might just be a broken system. Disregard.
This broke after I ran a yum update
Disregard this, I'm retarded......
It would be great to be able to deploy websites on Ajenti servers via the WHMCS. Maybe even execute a first time script to install Wordpress or something. We are looking at hosting blogs on it since its very light weight and using Ajenti to manage the server.
Actually... I guess I need the ability to add aliases. I can't modify the exim config file though as Ajenti automatically sets it up? Currently adding the pipe to the forwarder spot in Ajenti does not complete the pipe.

Found this for setting up piping...

First, browse to your Exim directory:
cd /etc/exim

Then create a directory to store your virtual hosts:
mkdir vhosts

Navigate to that directory:
cd vhosts

Then create a text file for your domain:
nano your_domain.com

Type in (replace "*" with an e-mail address
if you only want to handle e-mail to a certain
e-mail address with your handler):
*: |php -q /home/phpshare/public_html/handler.php

Save the file and exit.

Next, edit the configuration file for Exim
nano /usr/exim/configure

Change the domain list line to:
domainlist local_domains = @:localhost:dsearch;/etc/exim/vhosts

Type the following above "system_aliases:":
vhost_aliases:
driver = redirect
allow_defer
allow_fail
domains = dsearch;/etc/exim/vhosts
data = ${expand:${lookup{$local_part}lsearch*@{/etc/exim/vhosts/$domain}}}
retry_use_local_part
pipe_transport = address_pipe
file_transport = address_file
no_more

In addition, add or change "address_pipe:" to:
address_pipe:
driver = pipe
#pipe_as_creator

Save the configuration file and exit.

Then restart Exim / Sendmail:
/etc/init.d/exim restart
/etc/init.d/sendmail restart
http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/yum-downloadonly-plug...

Using yum --downloadonly --downloaddir=~ ajenti-v-nginx and the rest of the packages I was able to install with rpm -ivh --nodeps ajenti*    then upgrading with the rpm -uvh etc etc. But Yum tells me that I have broken packages and offers to fix them all the time now
We just build from source IE: make && make install, we don't rebuild RPMs.
Yes, but yum tries to install nginx again while installing ajenti-v-nginx, can this be changed so it installs nginx from inside ajenti if it can't find it, or asks you where its located?


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