Thank you for the quick response
Originally Posted by till
The database tables get generated automatically when you call the edit file the first time. I'am sure that this works in ISPConfig 188.8.131.52 as I used it yesterday when coding the VM module. You hould get a error message if its not possible to create the table. Which exact messages do you get when you call the edit file in the browser?
the message I get is:
Table 'dbispconfig.support_act' doesn't exist
what I did to get this response is:
-- duplicate /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/web/help to /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/web/drupispc
-- change all the appearances of the word "help" with the word "drupispc", and the word "message" with the word "act" (even in the file names).
-- try to use the "send" form
How do you want to integrate drupal and ispconfig? Shall ispconfig websites be created from drupal or shall drupal be installed automatically in a website from within ispconfig?
I have a drupal installation in /var/www/drupal
What I imagine for this module, roughly speaking, is a button (create drupal) next to a websites listbox (in this case example.com chosen), on click:
# mkdir /var/www/example.com/drupalsite
# mkdir /var/www/example.com/drupalsite/files
# mkdir /var/www/example.com/drupalsite/themes
# mkdir /var/www/example.com/drupalsite/modules
# cp -a /var/www/sites/default/default.settings.php /var/www/example.com/drupalsite/settings.php
# ln -s /var/www/example.com/drupalsite /var/www/sites/example.com
# chown ...
# chmod ...
to get this scheme to work you have to add /var/www/drupal to the PHP open_basedir, and use
php_admin_flag safe_mode Off
in apache directives. (using the options of the example.com website within ispconfig)
I think this way does not affect the file permission structure of ispconfig 3 (almost), and allow the client to manage his/her relevant drupal files.