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[Debian] Auto MTA Server Installer

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Made a script for auto handling MTA server installs.. In you SSH console you should first execute this:

sudo wget -O mta-install.sh http://mta.ggcommunity.net/scripts/mta-install.sh && sudo chmod +x mta-install.sh

And then run this:

sudo ./mta-install.sh

After doing this you should have a server up and running. To see the console use:

screen -r mtaserver

To exit console without shutdown do this combination of keys:

CTRL + A + D

Remember to edit ACL.XML and MTASERVER.CONF with the server off to your needs.

My original post: 

 

Note: I'll try to keep this script updated and improved but i don't guarantee this

Note2: I've reused some of renkon's functions for getting latest server versions and system architecture. 

Changelog

11/19/2016: Added some functions to check latest MTA Version and architecture version.( Thanks to renkon on that )

 

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That's great thanks for that ciber i will check it and try it soon.

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12 hours ago, iPrestege said:

That's great thanks for that ciber i will check it and try it soon.

You're welcome.

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Using default screen command is kinda not secured, maybe try sticking it to background? might be better :D

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On 1/12/2016 at 8:12 AM, Om. said:

Using default screen command is kinda not secured, maybe try sticking it to background? might be better :D

Not secured? It's a basic script for people noob to linux.. haha..

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Does someone have a copy of this?.. I've moved my website and lost some of these files.

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