Fresh install on ubuntu 16.04. LTS

sudo bash -a yes -n yes -w yes -o yes -v yes -j no -k yes -m yes -g yes -x yes -z yes -c no -t yes -i yes -b yes -q no -d yes -f no -y yes -r 8083 -l en
release branch

no errors in screen dialog

apache not inside the control panel listed, no error log
nginx as webserver not as reverse proxy

apache2 cannot start on configured port 80 (ports.conf) because it is used by nginx already

[email protected]:~# service apache2 status
● apache2.service - LSB: Apache2 web server
   Loaded: loaded (/etc/init.d/apache2; bad; vendor preset: enabled)
  Drop-In: /lib/systemd/system/apache2.service.d
   Active: inactive (dead)
     Docs: man:systemd-sysv-generator(8)

[email protected]:~# netstat -tulpn| grep :80
tcp        0      0 172.245.XXX.XXX:80*               LISTEN      762/nginx.conf
tcp        0      0  *               LISTEN      1751/hestia-nginx
tcp        0      0*               LISTEN      762/nginx.conf

service apache2 restart
changed ports.conf manually to port 8080 apache2 starts, however not manageable inside the control panel
service hestia restart
same picture

please advise


Any reason you are using ubuntu 16.04 instead of 18.04 ?

saving time, reinstalled OS a dozen times already with various control panels, just to find out each time the cp is not doing its job as needed. seemed to me rather limited upside to invest even more time, but if you say that is the thing i will do that. I stuck to the listed requirements however, so why do you list 16 when you do not support it any longer?

Step 1: Make sure that your server is running a supported operating system:

    Debian 8
    Debian 9
    Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
    Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

thinking about saas already.

Do not understand what you mean, Ubuntu 16.04 LTS is still supported, only 14.04 has been cancelled yet.

PS: You try to install apache2, nginx and php fpm together, this is not possible - please use nginx + php fpm or apache2 + nginx.

Sorry to resurrect an old thread, but I found this information while searching the forums, as I have a related problem. On a Debian 9 server, I ran the following command for installation:
bash -a yes -n yes -w yes -o yes -v yes -j no -k yes -m yes -g yes -x yes -z yes -c yes -t yes -i yes -b yes -q no -d yes -r 7083 -y yes -s [MY HOSTNAME] -e [MY EMAIL] -p [MY PASSWORD]

It doesn’t appear to have installed Apache. If apache2, nginx, and php-fpm are all selected as “yes”, does it default to just nginx? I’m looking for nginx+apache2. Thank you.

Hello Paul,
yes, that’s correct you can’t use php-fpm together with apache2 in Hestia 1.0.6 link

This artificial limitation was removed from the current development version and will be released in the following days as v1.1.0.

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