has a similar problem.
When I copy the ~ vhost file, it kicks back an error in httpd -t.
Unfortunately, when I try to update the file, i can't. ISPCONFIG's directive no longer has the specific entry as I deleted it a long time ago.
That kicks back the error in the ~ copy because of the ... entry. However that got there...
This all started happening (I think) from when I deleted the egroupware entry from the ISPCONFIG Control Panel.
Now, the Control Panel cannot modify any of the files. The user's passwords, mail files, directives, and everything else cannot be changed. So egroupware broke it.
How can I resolve this?