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Old 4th June 2009, 11:31
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@ Till,

Thank you for this !

To me it seemed easier to upload joomla.tar.gz to the website then go to my linux machine do tar xvzf and after that chown.

I go try to unzip joomla.tar.gz first and than upload all files ( takes a little longer but who cares )
Surely you can upload and untar directly on the server.
The only difference is that you have to chown all the files after that to the ftp user and group.
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Old 4th June 2009, 11:32
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@ Till

Again ...

Something that pop up in my dummy brain.

Like in your tut. create a compileuser so if I create a web1 or client1 user with the same password as in ISPConfig and than su web1 or client1 and then tar xvzf ?

Or is this completly crazy talk ?
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Old 4th June 2009, 11:37
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@ Croydon,

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Surely you can upload and untar directly on the server.
The only difference is that you have to chown all the files after that to the ftp user and group.
This is only possible for me because I have the linux machine here right under my desk
My son ( the only other client ) lives somewhere else so he has to upload all files

Am I right ?
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The directory permissions are all fine, there is no need to set them to 777. You just used the wrong php type. For joomla you will have to use either suphp or php-fcgi + suexec so that the php scripts run under the correct admin user of the website user instead of the apache user.
Till,

Is this true only for Joomla or should suphp always be used?

Or only for cms-type installs...?

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Old 4th June 2009, 13:29
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@ Till

Again ...

Something that pop up in my dummy brain.

Like in your tut. create a compileuser so if I create a web1 or client1 user with the same password as in ISPConfig and than su web1 or client1 and then tar xvzf ?

Or is this completly crazy talk ?
there is no need to create a user. Just login to our server and then run for example (if you want to install the files in web1):

su web1

before you untar the files and all files will have the correct user.
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Old 4th June 2009, 13:30
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Till,

Is this true only for Joomla or should suphp always be used?

Or only for cms-type installs...?

Slowhand
This is recommended for every cms system that will upload files or images. Choose either suphp or php-fastcgi + suexec.
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This is only possible for me because I have the linux machine here right under my desk
My son ( the only other client ) lives somewhere else so he has to upload all files

Am I right ?
No, it does not depend on were the server is. You can always login with SSH on the shell and then do these tasks rom everywhere.
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I'm now wondering if my problems are actually OpenVZ related. I have noticed that su in Proxmox's Debian Lenny does not seem to work. Could this be an issue since we have built our Joomlas on top of ISPConfig3 that lies on top of Proxmox/OpenVZ.

Anyway the problems are not clearly defined. Difficult to make conclusions.
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I have noticed that su in Proxmox's Debian Lenny does not seem to work.
On the host or in the guest systems?
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