DirectAdmin license problem

Started by redshrey, Jul 06, 2022, 03:02 PM

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Possibly encountered, there is an old server utilizing DirectAdmin with a perpetual license. This server is self-sufficiently operational and used for servicing needs. However, out of the blue, a message appeared stating that the license was missing. We have not utilized DirectAdmin recently.
What is the quickest solution to resolve this issue?


All that is required is to renew the license by running the following script:

cd /usr/local/directadmin/scripts
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DirectAdmin is a web control panel designed by Canadian developers JBMC Software that has gained popularity due to its simple functionality. The control panel supports GNU/Linux (CentOS, Red Hat, Fedora, Debian distributions) and FreeBSD operating systems.
It has a clear navigation system with limited functions and menus, low system requirements, and operates at high speed. Its multi-level access system allows different access privileges for administrators, resellers, and users. The panel is specifically designed for experienced users.

To install DirectAdmin, a "clean" operating system is required. Users must first update the OS and install a basic set of programs from the console. After executing several installation commands, the configuration files for the panel are checked for accuracy.