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Old 21st December 2008, 21:48
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The files and folders created in the chroot enviroment are needed. If you delete them, the chroot enviroment will not work properly. These files and folders are added to any chroot enviroment, thats not ispconfig specifig, so you will have the same folders with any application that manages chroot enviroments.
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