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Old 10th January 2006, 17:31
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I was referring to the initial setup of Debian 3.1 and have not made any changes to the apache2.conf file. The ispconfig manual does not mention the 'PHP Safe Mode' option. Should this also be checked when using PHP?
Not necessarily if you just want PHP to work. It's optional.

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I do have the 'PHP Scripts:' checked but the pages do not load.
And your PHP file is in /var/www/web<id>/web or something like this?

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What is the purpose of the /web/user/username/web/ directory?
Have a look at chapter 2.2.9 on http://www.ispconfig.org/downloads/m..._src.htm#4_2_2.

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Also, what are the check boxes next to all directories and files for?
What files and directories?
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