Mar 082010
 

From http://blog.domaincheck.net

The contents of your dedicated Linux server depends on what kind of Linux distribution you are using: CentOS 4, CentOS 5, Fedora 2, Fedora 4, Fedora 6, Fedora 7 or Red Hat Enterprise 4. Below is an overview of the packages deployed with your server, prior to optional control panel installation.

Dedicated servers with Plesk installed will have different configurations. For more information, see the SWSOFT Plesk datasheet at http://www.swsoft.com/r/pdfs/Datasheets/plesk.pdf.

Dedicated servers with cPanel installed will have different configurations. For more information, see the cPanel datasheet at http://www.cpanel.net/products/cpwhm/cpanel11/cpanel11-ds.pdf.

All servers are deployed with yum and any vendor supplied package may be added to your system by typing:

yum install packagename

where packagename is the name of the package you would like to install.

The Linux rpm command can be used to list the packages that exist on your Linux dedicated server. Its syntax is the following:

rpm -qa –queryformat “%{GROUP} %{NAME}-%{VERSION}\n” | sort

Fedora 7 Software

Operating System Linux Fedora 7
OS Kernel Linux kernel 2.6
Remote Access Services OpenSSH 4.5p1
Email Services Sendmail 8.14.1
Development Languages/Environments GCC (C, C++, Objc, GCJ) 4.1.2
Perl 5.8.8
PHP 5.2.4
Database and Directory Services MySQL 5.0.45
DNS Services BIND 9.4.2
Web Servers and Components Apache 2.0
Mod_ssl 2.2.6
Mod_perl 2.0.3
Mod_python 3.1

Fedora 6 Software

Operating System Linux Fedora 6
OS Kernel Linux kernel 2.6
Remote Access Services OpenSSH 4.3
Email Services Sendmail 8.13
Development Languages/Environments GCC (C, C++, Objc, GCJ) 4.1
Perl 5.8
PHP 5.1
Database and Directory Services MySQL 5.0
DNS Services BIND 9.3
Web Servers and Components Apache 2.2
Mod_ssl 2.2
Mod_perl 2.0
Mod_python 3.2

Fedora 4 Software

Operating System Linux Fedora 4
OS Kernel Linux kernel 2.6
Remote Access Services OpenSSH 4.2
Email Services Sendmail 8.13
Development Languages/Environments GCC (C, C++, Objc, GCJ) 4.0
Perl 5.8
PHP 5.0
Database and Directory Services MySQL 4.1
DNS Services BIND 9.3
Web Servers and Components Apache 2.0
Mod_ssl 2.0
Mod_perl 2.0
Mod_python 3.1

Red Hat Enterprise 4 Software

Operating System Linux Red Hat Enterprise 4
OS Kernel Linux kernel 2.6
Remote Access Services OpenSSH 3.9
Email Services Sendmail 8.13
Development Languages/Environments GCC (C, C++, Objc, GCJ) 3.4
Perl 5.8
PHP 4.3
Database and Directory Services MySQL 4.1
DNS Services BIND 9.2
Web Servers and Components Apache 2.0
Mod_ssl 2.0
Mod_perl 1.99
Mod_python 3.1

CentOS 4

Operating System Linux CentOS 4
OS Kernel Linux kernel 2.6
Remote Access Services OpenSSH 3.9
Email Services Sendmail 8.13
Development Languages/Environments GCC (C, C++, Objc, GCJ) 3.4
Perl 5.8
PHP 4.3
Database and Directory Services MySQL 4.1
DNS Services BIND 9.2
Web Servers and Components Apache 2.0
Mod_ssl 2.0
Mod_perl 1.99
Mod_python 3.1

CentOS 5

Operating System Linux CentOS 5
OS Kernel Linux kernel 2.6
Remote Access Services OpenSSH 4.3p2
Email Services Sendmail 8.13.8
Development Languages/Environments GCC (C, C++, Objc, GCJ) 4.11
Perl 5.8.8
PHP 5.1.6
Database and Directory Services MySQL 5.0.22
DNS Services BIND 9.3.3
Web Servers and Components Apache 2.0
Mod_ssl 2.2.3
Mod_perl 2.0.2cmd
Mod_python 3.1

Fedora 2 Software

Operating System Linux Fedora 2
OS Kernel Linux kernel 2.6
Remote Access Services OpenSSH 3.6
Email Services Sendmail 8.12
Development Languages/Environments GCC (C, C++, Objc, GCJ) 3.3
Perl 5.8
PHP 4.3
Database and Directory Services MySQL 3.23
DNS Services BIND 9.2
Web Servers and Components Apache 2.0
Mod_ssl 2.0
Mod_perl 1.99
Mod_python 3.1

Servers with Simple Control Panel

Sites with Simple Control Panel installed will have different configurations. Below is a list of the default configuration:
Apache 2.0
PHP 4.3(FC2 / RHEL4 / CentOS4) / 5.0 (FC4)
MySQL 3.23 (FC2) / 4.1 (FC4 / RHEL4 / CentOS4)
PostgreSQL 7.4 (FC2 / RHEL4 / CentOS4) / 8.0 (FC4)
phpMyAdmin 2.9
phpPgAdmin 4.0
Tomcat 5.5
SpamAssassin 3.0
SquirrelMail 1.4
Webalizer 2.0

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