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Old 19th August 2010, 16:10
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Default "Converting" one VHOST to ISPConfig3

Ok, I cleared out all my vhosts before I installed ISPConfig3 on Ubuntu 10.04.

...or so I thought. Aparently I forgot to remove 2 vhosts before I installed, and now I wonder what the best approach for integrating them into ISPConfig is?

My dirty hack so far is to move the old vhost files into a higher priority (the old 0000-filename trick).

That works for THOSE sites, but results in that when I create a site in ISP Config and try to browse it, the system drops me into the folder for one of the old vhosts.

I also tried:

1. Copy the old vhost dir
2. Create a new vhost in ISPConfig
3. Copy the contents back.

But that just gives me a "Forbidden" error when trying to access.

So, any hints/help?
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Old 20th August 2010, 01:45
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In the end, i did a reinstall/migration of the software on the vhost. So I am good now.
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