Updating fedora core 5
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I want to say first that this is not the only way of setting up such a system.
I'd like to know when you'll put up Fedora Core 5 (not 64bit ver) for us as my box doesn't support the already guide on this site. Now I actually have a completely working server with postfix, ftp, etc.
The only thing that would have made this perfect is if you had continued with the installation of ISPConfig.
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