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Old 24th April 2009, 16:41
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Default Something weird just happened....


Followed Falko's Perfect Debian Lenny with ISPConfig3. Had the issue with the ISPConfig install, changed it to version 501 and all went well....

Started to play with content in the first site, installed e107 and all went well.
Then thought I would load it up with other packages I want to test so I installed phpBB3 and Gallery2. That's when something went wrong.

The gallery installed but produced a blank page when first logging in. Now I am not authorized to see anything but ISPConfig Panel.

Even into the server in terminal, I can't get beyond /var/www
If I do the ls command, I can see the directory www.mydomain.com but when I cd www.mydomain.com I get no such file or directory

Then when I attempt to FTP in, it displays the content of the directories, but displays the tar.gz files that I know that I unpacked and removed.

I am totally lost.... Help Please
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