Installing on a running Debian server
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  1. Alexander Feil
  2. Sunday, 11 May 2014
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Hey,

I would like to test Cloudlinux of one of my servers. The server runs in a VM (openvz) with debian wheezy with a few user accounts.
Do I need to setup a new machine with CentOS or is it possible to install it simply via Custombuild?

Since the openvz container uses the hosts kernel I think I need to setup a kvm machine running centos...

It would be glad if someone could give me a small hint how to install it correctly.

Regards,
axlf
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  1. 11.05.2014 10:05:12
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Neiter OpenVZ or Debian is supported. So yes, you would need to setup CentOS, and use different virtualization (like KVM, Xen or VMware)
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Michael Nino Accepted Answer
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When might we expect Debian support? Thanks :D
  1. 17.01.2020 10:01:55
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Hello Michael,
Thank you for reaching out! CloudLinux OS is a CentOS-based system and is compatible only with it https://cloudlinux.com/getting-started-with-cloudlinux-os/39-installing-cloudlinux-os/923-supported-systems-and-devices. Unfortunately, Debian systems cannot be converted to CloudLinux. Please let us know if you have any questions. Thanks in advance!
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Hello Michael,
Thank you for reaching out! CloudLinux OS is a CentOS-based system and is compatible only with it https://cloudlinux.com/getting-started-with-cloudlinux-os/39-installing-cloudlinux-os/923-supported-systems-and-devices. Unfortunately, Debian systems cannot be converted to CloudLinux. Please let us know if you have any questions. Thanks in advance!



Many thanks for that complete information!
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Many thanks for that complete information!

Hello JanRomero,
Thanks for the feedback, please let us know if you have any questions.
Thanks in advance!
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