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Old 19th December 2005, 11:09
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Default Typo3 and ISPConfig

Hi all,

I am trying out Typo3 on a debian server with ISPConfig and lost as to how to make the Typo3 works. In the example I read on Typo3 docs, it says the Typo3 docs should be extracted into apache/htdocs but all my web files are in /var/www/nameofwebsite.

Do I need to create a web site using ISPConfig and unzip the Typo3 to the web folder for Typo3 or do I need to just create a folder in /var/www/typo3 and unzip the file there.

What I want is to be able to access the Typo3 web site by say localhost/typo3 or www.mytypo3.com ?

Helps will be appreciated.

Thanks.
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