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misterm 13th January 2008 12:08

Magento with the config of ISPconfig it is possible...
 
Hello with all, I seek to install Magento, of this howto, on the config of ISPConfig, but I do not arrive, is this possible or not, because it me a multitude of error which I does not include/understand, perhaps that you, could bring answers to my questions to me....

http://www.howtoforge.com/magento-e-...on-debian-etch

:confused:

MM

misterm 13th January 2008 12:35

Hello with all, you can drop, I have to find causse of my problem, I had to forget to install this in its howto...

Quote:

pecl install apc
Sorry, by this misunderstanding, that irritates me... MM

:o

blaze 7th February 2008 06:38

Additional details
 
Aside from pecl install apc what steps did you do to setup Magento on an ISPConfig site?

I have tried following the instructions on the howto for Debian, but things just don't work. Right now for me to even see the site I have to rename .htaccess. Then I am only able to see the home page because all the other links point to a structure that is not there. The two are probably linked.

I have a Debian Etch server setup as in the Perfect Setup with ISPConfig configured as well.

Not sure where to go next.

Thanks

till 7th February 2008 11:42

Put the content of the .htaccess file into the apache directives field of the website in ispconfig.

rtacconi 16th February 2008 12:25

how to modify the configuration directives
 
I cannot find the text area to insert the configuration directives. How can I do it?

rtacconi 16th February 2008 12:37

Error 500
 
If have copied the contents of .htaccess of magento into the directives of the web site, but I still get error 500: http://www.smart-vps.com/magento

rtacconi 16th February 2008 15:05

Solution
 
The solution is to put the following into the apache directives:

Code:


<Directory /var/www/web4/web/>
        AllowOverride All
</Directory>

web4 must be substituted with you web site directory

klaus++ 10th June 2009 10:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by rtacconi (Post 108625)
The solution is to put the following into the apache directives:
Code:

<Directory /var/www/web4/web/>
        AllowOverride All
</Directory>

web4 must be substituted with you web site directory

In a Suse 11 based installation it's
Code:

<Directory /srv/www/web4/web/>
        AllowOverride All
</Directory>

I tested it and everything went ok at once.


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