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Old 1st January 2006, 08:16
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Default how to change Web-Root: /home/www to /var/www/

i missed something

As installation mode I didn't choose expert mode
then i re-setup but there's not mode choice appear.

now it's finished but i can't log in

so how can i change Web-Root /home/www to /var/www
and what file need i change or move?

i'm newbie

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Old 1st January 2006, 13:01
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If you want to re-setup ISPCOnfig, you will have to run the uninstall script first:


Then chose expert mode when you reinstall ispconfig.

If you cant login after installation, there must be some other errors. Please check the ISPConfig install log for errors:

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