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I guess what I was trying to say is that CWP integrates very deeply into Centos - sometimes changing the default behaviour/settings of the packages it uses. It even has its own repo.

CWP should always be installed on a very fresh system to avoid package/dependency conflicts.

I've only been using CWP for about a week, but I found most post-installation issues were merely conflicts with packages/dependencies I had already installed and it just look a few minutes of tweaking their config files to work directly.

Updates / Re: How to make a full backup of cwp with all the website
« on: February 13, 2017, 06:13:00 PM »
Alternatively, by default, CWP has all sites in the /home/ folder - you can just zip those up and then do an export of the databases via PhpmyAdmin.

PHP Selector / Re: How can I change my PHP Version to 7.0.x
« on: February 13, 2017, 04:36:23 PM »
I had the the same issue and then I realised it was because the flags were not set properly.

Try this - replace "--with-pdo-mysql=/usr"  with "--with-pdo-mysql=mysqlnd"

When I first did an install, all PHP7 flags was using the /usr rather than mysqlnd.

To be honest, I have not had these issues - I run CWPpro (v on Centos7 (7.3.1611) on an OpenVZ kernel.

I haven't tried everything you've listed, but here are my experiences:

For example one of this BUG issue was that now whn I add an user with a domain BIND stop to work. IF I remove the user BIND turn again ON.

Check your zone files and bind logs for errors - if there's a malformed domain, it will fail to start. I've noticed CWP is not the greatest at cleaning up after itself if you're doing things directly from the control panel. If a service fails to start, check the conf files - you'll probably see remnants from previous settings were not properly cleaned up.

If you install a Let's Encrypt certificate you can see it on the list but you cannot remove... so if you decide to come back to HTTP you cannot do.

I have not had issues adding/removing certificates from Let's Encrypt.

Once you have installed an SSL the score on is very good. A but if you do a server test here: the score will be very bad F.

The F score is misleading and has nothing to do with the SSL certificate. You'll get an F based on their own vague notions of security to try to upsell you - things like reporting your PHP version, raw HTTP headers, etc - all of which are not directly related to SSL, but web server/website settings.

Softaculous is not working for now but you will fix soon as you told.

No issues installation Softaculous at all.

SSL / Re: Apache & Nginx Reverse Proxy, wanting to Install Letsencrypt
« on: February 13, 2017, 04:13:02 PM »
I've had no issues using Lets Encrypt using this configuration. I've got 5 domains behind a LetsEncrypt SSL on my configuration all with valid certificates.

PHP Selector / Re: Upgrade buildconf 2.63
« on: February 07, 2017, 02:57:34 AM »
I just installed CWP yesterday. Everything's been running smoothly, but I had a similar issue with installing different versions of PHP (Centos 7). Not the same error though. But I figure I'd post something in case anyone was Googling the issue:

Mine was an error with make/make install having no target.

It was resolved by disabling some conflicting repos - namely custom php71 and mariadb10.2 repos I created for development purposes.

The CWP repo can be unforgiving if you've set priorities or enabled repos for packages they've already got.

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