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Old 27th August 2012, 15:17
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Thanks for the swift & helpful reply, Till.

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The open_basedir settings are absolutely correct. If you take a closer look on your filesystem then you will recognize that some of them are symlinks. And beside that, its all freely configurayble under System > server config > web for new servers and Sites > websites > options for individual sites.
OK - I somehow missed that row of tabs at System > server config > web. I guess I might have been in too much of a hurry to find my way around 3, having been running 2 for several years :/

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Ok, you you basically tell us that you did not follow the installation instructions for ISPConfig 3 that contain the installation of phpmyadmin before the installation of ispconfig.
Indeed. None of my users would use it and I prefer the SQL Server module in Webmin... I kinda assumed leaving it out wouldn't be an issue.

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If you dont want to use phpmyadmin, then remove the path from the open basedir as I described above.
OK

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They are not too small here in ISPConfig 3.0.4.6. Please note that the mysql restricts the length of usernames and database names and not ISPConfig. Take a look at the mysql documentation.
I don't think I explained myself well. The fields are one-character wide drop-down boxes. Might be a browser issue on my machine. I'll check in another one.

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ISPConfig 2 and ISPConfig 3 are completely different software packages, the only thing they ashre is the first part of the name. There are no import scripts available for ISPConfig 2.
I thought that might be the case. Oh well, I guess I have a week's work ahead of me porting my users one-by-one :{ I was pretty much expecting that... seemed to be a better idea than installing 2 on a new server

Thanks again - and thanks for ISPConfig!
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