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Is there any way to install a Nulled Directadmin on Ubuntu 12.10? I want to learn how to use the Directadmin before i buy it, So i thought of installing a Nulled Directadmin first. Anyone know if it is possible to install it and if so, Then how to install it?

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1 read this. – Raja Jan 3 '13 at 15:47

You can change the content of your /etc/debian_version file to squeeze, then you can trick DirectAdmin installer to see the OS as Debian 6. However, I do not recommend this method and it's all your responsibility (because probably your license does not support Ubuntu 12+ (Debian 7+).

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You can easily ask DirectAdmin staff for a trial license. Nulling a commercial product is a criminal offense.

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