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litespeed_wiki:directadmin:custombuild:installation [2014/08/07 12:07]
Michael Armstrong
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   * CustomBuild 2.0 will always install the latest version of LSWS.   * CustomBuild 2.0 will always install the latest version of LSWS.
   * If you have an existing installation of LSWS, you will still need to run the above commands to see LSWS in CustomBuild and DirectAdmin'​s Service Manager.   * If you have an existing installation of LSWS, you will still need to run the above commands to see LSWS in CustomBuild and DirectAdmin'​s Service Manager.
 +  * If you do not have an existing installation of LSWS, CustomBuild will assign you a username and password for the LSWS WebAdmin console. The username is "​admin",​ the password will be randomly generated. The password appears at the end of the install:
 +
 +{{litespeed_wiki:​directadmin:​custombuild_admin_password.png?​700}}
 +
 +===== Through the CustomBuild Plugin =====
 +
 +The [[http://​forum.directadmin.com/​showthread.php?​t=48989|CustomBuild Plugin]] is a GUI addition to CustomBuild. Use the following steps to install LSWS through the CustomBuild Plugin:
 +
 +==== 1. Edit Options ====
 +
 +In the Edit Options tab, change the php1_mode setting to "​lsphp"​.
 +
 +{{litespeed_wiki:​directadmin:​custombuild_edit_php.png?​700}}
 +
 +Then change the webserver setting to "​litespeed"​.
 +
 +{{litespeed_wiki:​directadmin:​custombuild_edit_webserver.png?​700}}
 +
 +==== 2. Build Software ====
 +
 +Then go to the Build Software tab. First, build LSWS.
 +
 +{{litespeed_wiki:​directadmin:​custombuild_build_litespeed.png?​700}}
 +
 +**Note:** If you do not have an existing installation of LSWS, CustomBuild will assign you a username and password for the LSWS WebAdmin console. The username is "​admin",​ the password will be randomly generated. The password appears at the end of the install:
 +
 +{{litespeed_wiki:​directadmin:​custombuild_admin_password.png?​700}}
 +
 +Then build PHP.
 +
 +{{litespeed_wiki:​directadmin:​custombuild_build_php.png?​700}}
 +
 +==== 3. Check that LSWS is running ====
 +
 +You can then go into DirectAdmin'​s Service Manager to check that LSWS is running.
 +
 +{{litespeed_wiki:​directadmin:​custombuild_check_lsws.png?​700}}
 +
 +**Notes:**
 +  * CustomBuild 2.0 will always install the latest version of LSWS.
 +  * If you have an existing installation of LSWS, you will still need to follow the steps above to see LSWS in CustomBuild and DirectAdmin'​s Service Manager.
 +
 +===== Using the LiteSpeed DirectAdmin Plugin with CustomBuild Integration =====
 +
 +Now that CustomBuild 2.0 has LSWS integration,​ [[litespeed_wiki:​directadmin:​custombuild:​use_with_litespeed_plugin|some of the LiteSpeed DirectAdmin Plugin'​s functions are now redundant]]. We will be updating the Plugin to include only functionality not covered by CustomBuild 2.0.
 
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