ISPConfig 3 AutoInstaller for Latest Debian/Ubuntu

clarity

Active Member
I built and maintain an installation script for ISPConfig 3. I have used the control panel for awhile now, and I got tired of having to install everything on my own. I do some theme development there as well so I need to get a system up and down quickly. 

The script can be found here:

https://github.com/dclardy64/ISPConfig-3-Debian-Installer



Debian Installation Instructions:
  1. Run this command:


cd /tmp; wget --no-check-certificate -O ISPConfig3.tgz https://github.com/dclardy64/ISPConfig-3-Debian-Installer/tarball/master; tar zxvf ISPConfig3.tgz; cd *Installer*; bash debian_install.sh

  1. Answer the onscreen prompts. The script stops so that you can see the appropriate answers.
  2. Enjoy the completed installation.
Ubuntu Installation Instructions:
  1. Run this command:

Code:
cd /tmp; wget --no-check-certificate -O ISPConfig3.tgz https://github.com/dclardy64/ISPConfig-3-Debian-Installer/tarball/master; tar zxvf ISPConfig3.tgz; cd *Installer*; bash ubuntu_install.sh
  1. Answer the onscreen prompts. The script stops so that you can see the appropriate answers.
  2. Enjoy the completed installation


If you would like to give it a try, please do. It gets everything up and running for you, and I just added whiptail support in. It makes things pretty easy. If you want to make the control panel look nicer, you can use my theme for that.

It can be found here, https://github.com/dclardy64/ISPConfig_Clean-3.0.5.

Here are some screenshots of the improvements.

ISPConfig-Login-Sidebar.png

ISPConfig-Dashboard.png
 

365Networks

New Member
Awesome! I wish I had this the other week when I did this install, it is quite annoying but the process is explained quite well.

Great job!
 

BLWedge09

New Member
dclardy,

Just wanted to say thanks for the script.  I had gone through the process of following the Perfect Server guide getting things the way I liked them and this saved me a ton of time.  I did modify the script for my needs slightly as I prefer to stick with LTS releases (12.04 currently).  I changed the sources to pull from the Precise Pangolin (12.04) repos and also switched from the German to standard repos.  All went well.  Thanks for the great time saver!
 

clarity

Active Member
Glad that helped! I keep adding more and more stuff. The next project is automated theme installation. The first one will be my theme of course.
 

wlanboy

Content Contributer
Thank you for this script.

Manual installation of ISPConfig 3 is quite time consuming.
 

Pete M.

New Member
Verified Provider
I haven't plaid with ISPConfig since 2011, right after 3.0 came out. Is it handling Nginx configurations better now than it used to?
 

budi1413

New Member
I might try with DO instance with the credit that laying around.
 
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