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dahljh 30th October 2005 15:49

Several minor issues
 
Hi all,

I have a couple of minor issues that someone can hopefully help with.

I am using the SUSE 10 install taken from the "most excellent perfect config" tutorial, which went great. (NOTE: I first tried the FE 4 install but my video -Trident - card wouldn't let me)

1) Whenever I reboot my server, the pop3 service will not start. I have to go in manually and start the 5 files.

2) For some reason, after I delete the default index.html file in a clients web directory and replace it with a default.htm, load the site and everything is good. The next time I load the site, that index.html file is back. Strange ehh?

dahljh 30th October 2005 15:52

oops, this post should have gone into the ispconfig - installation thread. Sorry

falko 30th October 2005 22:22

Quote:

Originally Posted by dahljh
1) Whenever I reboot my server, the pop3 service will not start. I have to go in manually and start the 5 files.

Run
Code:

chkconfig --add <name of the init file>
The next time you boot your system the services should start.

Quote:

Originally Posted by dahljh
2) For some reason, after I delete the default index.html file in a clients web directory and replace it with a default.htm, load the site and everything is good. The next time I load the site, that index.html file is back. Strange ehh?

This is because ISPConfig looks for some kind of index file like index.html, index.php, index.asp, index.shtml, etc. However index must be a part of the filename. If ISPConfig does not find such a file it creates the standard index page index.html.
So if you name your file index.htm instead of default.htm everything should be fine.


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