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Old 9th December 2009, 15:41
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Default Website not defaulting to index.php

I had an odd issue today. I'm using ISPConfig 3 on Ubuntu 9.10.

One of my domains is configure with modPHP with the Auto subdomain set to www.

The site was working fine a few days ago then all of a sudden it stopped working, bringing up the generic 404 error page.

When I checked the site it was still on the disk. I could even ftp to it. I deleted the site then recreated it. Now I need to have an index.htm redirect to the index.php to view the site.

I believe the issue may have been caused by Ubuntu updates, but I can't be sure of that.

How can I get the index.php be the default page when going to the domain?

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