I can simply quote Winterstick. But, the OS I was using was Ubuntu 12.04.
It was not a clean install (I removed the whole LAMP-stack, I made sure it was completely removed), i had proftpd on the server, which I forgot to delete, but looking through the installationlog, I did'nt find any major problems, just a few warnings.
I ended up with 404 error (not found), both on "panel.mysite.com", and "www.mysite.com". It seams to me that the autoinstaller is somewhat buggy...
First: I added both the original httpd-vhost.conf, and httpd.conf, and altered httpd-vhosts.conf to my spesifications (Name to panel.mysite.com, and Alias to *.panel.mysite.com)
But I tryed a billion things, not worth mentioning, as they al resulted the same way...
I've looked trough:http://planet.zpanelcp.com/doku.php?...llation_script
I matched apache-configuration (httpd-vhosts.conf). httpd.conf is matched to the downloded original file (from sourceforge). And added the following to /etc/hosts:
But that last part I cannot make sense of, as it just loops all outgoing data aimed at panel.mysite.com back to localhost/127.0.0.1, anyways I added it.
It's in use by zpanel somhow, so I don't need to know any more
I found that some files might have been left behind from my LAMP-stack, but none that should be of any consern:
Should not matter as sites-enables is not in use, I believe it was commented out by the installationscript for zpanel.
The person over me got the same problems, but with a clean install that is... Something is wroooong :P