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Old 13th September 2008, 12:40
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Default ISPConfig3 : changing documentroot

Hi,
I am trying to figure out if I can get ispconfig3 to work the way I want it to:
in a nut shell,
I have some regular system users (with home dirs at /home/user).
I want to use ispconfig to manage their sites.
each user should have a
~/www/ dir, with vhost dirs in it. like:
/home/user/www/site1.domain.com
/home/user/www/site2.domain.com
etc
inside those dirs I expect the regular ispconfig files (web,ssl,log etc).
suphp should work for those sites under the user and group of the user on the system (ie, for me it would be omrymry).

I tried to change the document root and user/group in the web domain options tab, but it didn't take effect (options reverted back after I saved them).

Till mentioned that it's problematic and requires the dir and user to exits beforehand - they do.

any help will be appreciated.
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