I'm having a few problems with my new ISPConfig installation. Chances are it's because of my lack of knowledge when it comes to server environments.
I can't stop my servers' domain name from resolving /apache2-default/ (The page that says "It works!"). A tutorial for noobs like me would be great.
By using my servers' domain name, I can view the contents of my home directory. I would like to know how to stop this from happening.
I've added a client account, and a Web site, but these domain names only resolve the /apache2-default/. I'm not sure why this is, as it was working nicely in my previous installs.
I would really like to see a tutorial that takes you through everything you need to know to get your first client up and running, which can be links to a combination of individual tutorials:
All of the above are separate tutorials, but it would be nice to have them all available via links from a single page. Perhaps this would be a good start to a help manual? This documentation exists for ISPConfig 2, but doesn't seem to exist for ISPConfig 3. I would like to write a guide/book on ISPConfig 3, but I am not in the position to do so, as I don't know enough about it. I love the interface, it's simple and clean, but at the current time, too many assumptions need to be made. For example, I have no idea what the difference it between adding a new DNS Zone (SOA), and adding a new domain/subdomain, is.
Also, I'm not sure how you want to structure the wiki, as it only seems to cover ISPConfig 2 at the present time, and it would be unwise to mix both ISPConfig 2 and ISPConfig 3 together. Are you going to run a separate wiki for each?
Thanks in advance.
For ISPConfig 2, we have this guide:
Maybe this is what you're looking for?
Sorry, you misunderstand me. I was not requesting support, but rather pointing out some of the problems I had, and what tutorials I felt might help others in the same position. The apache2-default page was showing because my Web site had suPHP enabled, but it wasn't installed. Since installing suPHP, the site works as expected, and the apache2-default page is now unavailable.
Thanks for the reply.
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