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Old 1st April 2007, 16:24
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Originally Posted by till
But this has nothing to do with the fact of using a website controlpanel or not. ISPConfig creates just a apache config file for you, nothing more.
OK! In fact, ISPConfig is a great tools. But how can we fix the permission problem? But I use a server without any control panel, the scripts can set the permission correctly with the default "apache" user.
Can ISPConfig integrate with suPHP with an option for us to select it when we are installing ISPConfig.
I don't know how to fix the existing permission problem with suPHP.
Besides, I don't know whether I have setup it correctly or not. But I follow the perfect installation of linux in this website and the latest suPHP document here.

Have you used suphp with your manual configuration too?
I didn't modify any configuration which is generated by suphp.
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