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Hello guys,

Who is using directadmin on Cloudlinux ? I would like to know if everything is working fine and more importantly how easy is it to setup and configure CL limits.
Thanks.
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  1. 18.11.2012 12:11:20
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Daniel Speichert Accepted Answer
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Hi,

I use it with DirectAdmin. There are no problems except for having to rebuild CageFS every time you do something with ./build script and possibly having to modify CageFS config to include some extra files in user cages.
Let me know if you run into any problems, I might be able to pull out changes I made.
It\'s fairly easy to configure CL limits, well - it\'s easy to do from command line. The Direct Admin plugin does not always work, just rely on command line.
  1. 18.11.2012 13:11:48
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majdi Accepted Answer
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Thank you very much for the information. I will most definitely contact you when needed.
Did you notify CL team about the changes you made and bugs you found ? Customer feedback is a very important part of the development of a product ;)
  1. 19.11.2012 13:11:29
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Carlos Luna Accepted Answer
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Hello, no problems here. Now is even more easy to install from custombuild. We do not use mysql governor, no idea if new aproach is yet finished.

Regards
  1. 01.12.2012 06:12:08
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I have a question,

Can I install DirectAdmin on a CloudLinux server or should I install it on CentOS then convert to CloudLinux ? 
I am asking this question because even tho custombuild supports CL, it doesn't seem to be the case for the installation script which can be found here:
http://www.directadmin.com/setup.sh

Read more:
http://www.directadmin.com/install.html
http://www.directadmin.com/installguide.html
  1. 01.12.2012 08:12:57
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Most of our customers convert from CentOS to DA (because most of them have production servers), so that might be the best route to go (install on top of CentOS, convert).
  1. 04.12.2012 06:12:53
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majdi Accepted Answer
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I am trying to configure LVe on DirectAdmin, Can someone explain to me what is the difference between \"Settings\" menu and \"Packages\" menu please ?
  1. 04.12.2012 10:12:48
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Settings sets limits on individual user bases.
Packages - on Package/Plan bases (all users under that package).
  1. 04.12.2012 11:12:04
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majdi Accepted Answer
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I am unable to modify these settings in DirectAdmin. 
First there is no boutton to add new packages or to change package ID, secondly even editing the only line available in "Packages" menu and saving the changes doesn't take effect :s the line stays empty after saving.
check the screenshot:
  1. 01.12.2015 15:12:18
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You must first create a user package, before they show up in the lvemanager.

If you have already created packages, but they are still not showing up, then you should open a case/ticket with support.
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