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Old 30th January 2009, 01:22
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Default ISPConfig3 RC1 -- no /var/client folder created.

I'm already running two ISPConfig2 servers, and trying to test ISPConfig3, as we are planning to move to the new version to take advantage of new features like virtual ftp users.

I followed the install instructions included in the download tar, installing it on a fresh Hardy 8.04 VM install.

I didn't get any error messages from the install script, and I can load the control panel, but when I create a site, it doesn't seem to create a site folder, so I can't figure out how to upload files (either with ftp or ssh).

For example, my first site created has a listed document root of: /var/clients/client1/web1. But when I go to /var via ssh, there is no "clients" folder. And ftp users I create can't log in.
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