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mbria 12th February 2008 12:02

htaccess support
 
Hi,

I have been using ispconfig during a year or so and I need to say it's is simply wonderful. It helps me a lot to keep my sites sorted and update them with a few simple clicks. So first at all thanks a lot for the brave work done. ;-)

After this, I like to submit a "feature request" that I belive will make our work with ispconfig a little bit more comfortable.

As the title of this post suggest, I'm love to see ispconfig accepting htaccess files.

I saw tones of post that simply won't exists if ispconfig allows .htaccess files on sites as far as quite all web applications include a personalized .htaccess to implement "clean urls" or restrict access to files.

Certainly, removing .htaccess and move it's content to Apache Directives isn't a huge task, but it's annoying and very confusing for newbies.

I'm unsure about the development, but would be wonderfull if each site includes a check box titled "accept .htaccess" (checked by default).

Personally I really interested in a secure ispconfig (running suPHP) but I don't know how difficult will be implementing this on suPHP scenarios.

This is what suPHP people says:

Quote:

Can I use the php_value directives in .htaccess files with suPHP?
suPHP does not support the php_value/php_admin_value directive known by mod_php to parse configuration options to scripts for certain virtual hosts or directories. However there is a PECL extension named htscanner that can be used with PHP CGI (called by suPHP) to parse such options being present in .htaccess files. Be sure to take a look at the README file provided with the htscanner distribution on how to make Apache ignore the php_value directives in .htaccess files instead of throwing an error.
Thanks a lot for your wonderful development,

m.

till 12th February 2008 12:49

ISPConfig supports and allows .gtaccess files. Probably you just missed to allow the nescessary settings in the apache.conf file in the AllowOverride statement.

mbria 12th February 2008 12:57

A RTFM with a link for a ispconfig+suPHP installation will be highly appreciated. :-P

BTW, how I do need to undestand what suPHP people says: "suPHP does not support the php_value/php_admin_value directive".

Thanks Till for your help,

m.

falko 13th February 2008 17:52

Quote:

Originally Posted by mbria
A RTFM with a link for a ispconfig+suPHP installation will be highly appreciated. :-P

I'll publish such a tutorial in the next days. :)

Quote:

Originally Posted by mbria
BTW, how I do need to undestand what suPHP people says: "suPHP does not support the php_value/php_admin_value directive".

suPHP does not understand these directives.

paxpacis 19th March 2009 11:07

Hi Falko,

What is the solution for suPHP users that need php_values?
I puth the most common in the php.ini of the php-cgi so I have less issues.. But for some sites I need special php_values such as include paths to special modules/plugins..?

Quote:

Originally Posted by falko (Post 108156)
I'll publish such a tutorial in the next days. :)


suPHP does not understand these directives.


till 19th March 2009 11:15

http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=17907


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