Direct Admin And 64 Bit OS

Feb 20, 2008

I am trying to install Direct Admin on Cent OS 4.5 ( 64 bit ), but i am constantly getting library files error, one after another,

Example -

./directadmin: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory


./directadmin: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory


./directadmin: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

goes on .........

But if i install 32 Bit library files (RPM), for them, they vanish and next error comes, with new file missing

I have tried loading 10 RPM's of 32 bit, but i cant go now forever...

Is there anyway to install Direct Admin on 64 Bit Cent OS?

Is there any 1 RPM file, which i can install and then Direct Admin wont give library problems.. ?

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Oct 11, 2009

Well what i can i say that direct admin is really pain in the ass, twice i asked in their forum but it was queued for moderation then not published. i'm having a problem setting up my domain 100% correctly.

let me explain more:

Before 1 or 2 weeks, i re-build the server and installed direct admin, but its really harder than other panels and i couldn't figure it 100% how to do,
my website now is running but i have the following problems

1- domain name can not be solved by all people. when i try to ping it it says its not resolvable, while the domain opens for most of users except for very few which gives an error saying can not connect to server

2- i get this error when using
while everything else is ok

3- some of users in some countries access home/admin/domains/sharedip/... while others access home/admin/domains/ which is the correct one, this causes problems but i temporary solved the problem by uploading files into both folders

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In the Directadmin control panel under "DNS Administration", I see "Add Zone" which I assume is the step to take. Under "Add zone", it asks for

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(2) IP Address (I was supplied with three IP's when I signed up with worldstream. Do I just pick one of these?)

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(4) Name Server 2 (Ditto as above)

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The command that was processed (Before it was complete)

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I managed to stop the process ctr+c
and these were the last files to see fly past.
The last one in the list is where it stopped at.

chown: changing ownership of `/proc/11566/task/11566': Operation not permitted
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chown: changing ownership of `/proc/11566/fd/0': No such device or address
chown: changing ownership of `/proc/11572': Operation not permitted
chown: changing ownership of `/proc/11572/task/11572': Operation not permitted
chown: changing ownership of `/proc/11572/task/11572/fd/4': No such file or directory
chown: changing ownership of `/proc/11572/task/11572/cwd': Operation not permitted
chown: changing ownership of `/proc/11572/fd/4': No such file or directory
chown: changing ownership of `/proc/11572/cwd': Operation not permitted
chown: changing ownership of `/etc/X11/X': No such file or directory
chown: changing ownership of `/dev/core': Operation not permitted
chown: changing ownership of `/usr/local/include/libpng/libpng12':

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*** g++ is required for compiling, please install g++ (yum install gcc-c++)***
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May 16, 2007

I tried to disable direct root login but had to struggle to find step-by-step instructions and have written the steps one needs to follow to disable direct root login.

This is an additional security measure where we prevent direct root logins and instead create a user to login and then use a command ‘su –‘ to gain root privileges.

The only risk in this procedure is that you may prevent root login but forget to add the user to the wheel group - effectively locking yourself out of the system.

Follow the steps below and you will not face a problem.

STEP 1: Let us create a user and add it to the wheel group.

For e.g. we want to create a user neonix and give him root privileges.

SSH into your server as root and follow the below commands to create a user.

groupadd neonix

useradd neonix –gneonix

passwd neonix



// Please note -g in the second line

// You can replace neonix with any username of your choice.

STEP 2: Add user to wheel group.

Use your browser to Login to your WHM panel and click on Manage Wheel Group Users.

You will see the user you just added (neonix). Select the user and click ‘Add to group’.

You will see that the user has been added –
Users Currently in the wheel group root,neonix

You have successfully added a user to the 'wheel' group who will be able to 'su -' to root.


Before we disable root login, let us check if the user can login and su – to gain root privileges.

SSH into your server as 'neonix'
Login as: neonix
Password : enteryouruserpasswordhere
su –
password: enter root password here

You have successfully logged in and have root privileges. Now let us disable root login.

STEP 3: Disable Direct Root Login

(The below steps are from

1. Copy and paste this line to edit the file for SSH logins
pico -w /etc/ssh/sshd_config

2. Find the line
Protocol 2, 1

3. Uncomment it (Remove #) and change it to look like
Protocol 2

4. Next, find the line
PermitRootLogin yes

5. Uncomment it (Remove #) and make it look like PermitRootLogin no

6. Save the file Ctrl+X then Y then enter

7. Now you can restart SSH
/etc/rc.d/init.d/sshd restart

Now, no one will be able to login to root with out first logging in as 'neonix' and 'su -' to root, and you will be forcing the use of a more secure protocol.

Just make sure you remember both passwords!

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