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Old 14th August 2011, 00:56
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I was unaware that that will screw up suexec (that is way I asked what else do I need to change to make everything work).
The suexec path is compiled into apache, so you cant change that. The only option is to compile your own apache with a different suexec path. But then you loose the ability to update your whole system from the Linux repositories.

By default ISPConfig creates new ftp users to the /var/www/clients/etc. folder I would like to change that default value displayed in ISPConfig to /home/clients/etc. so I dont have to edit it every time I created a new user.
I explained in post #3 where this can be configured. But I wont do that if I were you, as you would have to recompile apache then too.

My recommendation is to reinstall the server so that it has a large /var partition as /var contains the website, mysql and email data on Linux servers. Large /home partitions are only needed on desktop systems, on web servers, the /home partition is normally empty.
Till Brehm
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