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Old 26th November 2010, 07:51
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I have phpMyAdmin and pure-ftpd installed on the server. I manage the server from a Win 7 desktop on the network. I am using SuSe 11.3 ans ISPConfig3

Firstly, once the domain name is resolved should http://mydomain.com.au/phpmyadmin run phpmyadmin ?

Dito for pure-ftpd

Or will I have to run them from the server.

Is there a way to add 'Run' links from inside ISPConfig3
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Firstly, once the domain name is resolved should http://mydomain.com.au/phpmyadmin run phpmyadmin ?
If you've installed phpMyAdmin in that web site, then yes.

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Dito for pure-ftpd

Or will I have to run them from the server.
For FTP you need an FTP client such as FileZilla on your client computer.
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If you've installed phpMyAdmin in that web site, then yes.
So I have this absolutely clear, will I have to install phpMyAdmin onto every website on the server. ?

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For FTP you need an FTP client such as FileZilla on your client computer.
Thanks for this info, I am already running an ftp client, I thought I was missing something with this pure-ftpd.
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So I have this absolutely clear, will I have to install phpMyAdmin onto every website on the server. ?
Normally it is enough to install it only once (e.g. in your own web site) and give your customers the URL.
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Thanks for info, I spent the day yesterday reading the ISPConfig3 Manual again and many forums and implementing the suggestions, none worked. l then decided instead of installing phpmyadmin in the 'root' dir area, to create a phpmyadmin directory on the servers host website, into which I installed phpmyadmin and it works fine. Thanks for your Help.

I believe I now only have two outstanding issues to resolve now, I will post assistance requests elsewhere other than this post.

They are receiving eMail and working out why the index.html and .htaccess can not be over written in the new a Website that ISPConfig3 creates when a new site is generated.
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