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Old 19th August 2010, 17:47
titushanke titushanke is offline
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Exclamation Default siteuser folder structure in ISPC3

Hi, a quick question. I am using the Debian Lenny Image with ISPC3 and all worked like a charm getting it to run!

I would like to replicate the folder structure of my ISP so that I can work locally, off my laptop.

Obviously, I don't need all folders, but ISPC calls his webfolder "WEB", wheras my ISP calls it "HTML".

ISPC3 FTP USER ROOT

+cgi-bin
+log
+ssl
+tmp
+web

ISP FTP USER ROOT (uses Debian Lenny too)

+.configs
+atd
+backup
+files
+html
+log
+phptmp
+restore
.forward

Is there a way to change the default folder template of ISPC3 to have it create a folder called HTML instead of WEB for all new web sites I create?

Thanks, Titus
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