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Old 4th September 2009, 01:26
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Well, im using centos5.3 64 bit for the distro, any problems with this ?

also, all the websites are sat on the same ip (192.168.1.77) as they are all on the same server ( this one ). Will that make a difference ?

I'm assuming the internap ip of the server is the ip your referring to and NOT the external ip issued by my isp ?

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Old 4th September 2009, 10:23
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Well, im using centos5.3 64 bit for the distro, any problems with this ?
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also, all the websites are sat on the same ip (192.168.1.77) as they are all on the same server ( this one ). Will that make a difference ?
Thats ok. You can have thousands of sites on one IP, as long as your server hardware can handle this.

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I'm assuming the internap ip of the server is the ip your referring to and NOT the external ip issued by my isp ?
You have to use the internal IP address for the website settings and the external IP address for DNS records.
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Old 4th September 2009, 15:55
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just to set things straight in my mind :-

User = consumer ( person who payes to have the website hosted )

Client = reseller ( person who buys bulk web space to resell under their own name to their users )

Admin = User with admin rights ?

Sorry , i know these look like stupid questions but ispconfig is not as logically set out as ispconfig 2 in this area .

Might i suggest taking half an hour to write a quick how to set up 2 web sites from a clean install including setting up webspace , ftp and emails for a domain .

I'm sure the time you waste answering these basic questions is greater than the half hour you would invest to do the above
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Sorry , i know these look like stupid questions but ispconfig is not as logically set out as ispconfig 2 in this area .
It is identical in this area, we changed the naming in 3.0.1.4.
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Old 4th September 2009, 16:55
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Well guys

Spent another 2 hours this morning trying to host 2 sites under their own domains (not sub domains or either ) and just end up viewing the last site uploaded no matter which site i enter into the browser.

When i did the perfect server install on centOS5.3 everything that could be copied / pasted from the pdf guide was , no errors install so i can only assume that something that im doing is wrong.

Im usually pretty good at using applications through intuition but i just cant seem to make things roll here so im going to move to a different solution for now because ive wasted almost all the week in the office trying to get this up and running.

Thanks for all your help Till , i'm sure my frustration level is probably no where near yours is having to answer these time consuming questions, i do appreciate your speedy and direct answers to all my questions!

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Old 5th September 2009, 21:52
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update:-

I refused to be beaten and spent a few hours playing again last night and finally got things working ( kind of ).

A few things to note :-

the uploaded websites would revert to the Centos default website for the server unless the index file for the site was in html format and not htm. I need to know how to fix this without screwing up the ispconfig virtual host handling because i have a feeling it's an apache conf file that needs to be modified to fis this.

I would like to create extra folders in the root of a clients account for /backup ( same place as the /web directory ) but it wont allow me to do this , it did allow it on ispconfig 2 though. Anything i can do to modify this please ?

Time on the server is incorrect , i tried setting the server time ( which worked ) but after a reboot its wrong again ?

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