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Old 6th April 2007, 21:22
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Default Can I install other progs using ISPC Apache?

This may not be a viable option, but I was considering installing Cacti monitoring and statistical software on my system. Could I install this under the doc root of ISPConfig using its version of Apache. My motive would be allowing me a secure log-in accessing Cacti using the SSL enabled ISPC server. Can this work, any downsides? I want to enable one of my regular domains SSL option and I only have one IP. TIA Dave
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Old 7th April 2007, 14:35
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This might work if cacti has no requirements that are not fullfilled by the ISPConfig httpd. But be aware that the files will be removed when you upgrade ISPConfig to a new release.
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