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Old 24th July 2009, 22:25
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Hi,

I'm new, so of course I did something dumb, and here it is:

I'm trying to give a site access to a folder higher on the server (in /home/ to be specific). I know (or think, at least) the open_basedir is what's keeping the site from accessing the higher level folder, so I messed up everything by adding an apache directive to the site's options, and now nothing works. So my questions are:

1. In what file do the site-specific apache directives get put into, so I can manually go in and delete it?

2. What do I need to do to give a single site access to a folder not under the ../client1/web2/ directory?

Thanks!!
Seth
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Old 27th July 2009, 12:21
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1) All vhosts are stored in files in the /etc/apache/sites-enabled directory
2) Create the vhots file manually in the /etc/apache/sites-enabled directory.
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