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Old 27th August 2007, 21:53
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Hi all,

For secure directory on perl in cgi, I've read on the internet that's possible to install apache mod_chroot. What do you think about it ? It's good idea ?

If yes, how can I install it with ispconfig ?

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I guess it should work, but I never tested it. You might want to have a look at suphp as well. SuPHP is suppoerted by ISPConfig and as far as I know, you can chroot CGI processes (not only php cgi) with suphp as well.
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Ok I've install suPHP with the howto :"How To Set Up suPHP On A Debian Etch Based ISPConfig Server", with this install, SuPHP are confgure with cgi or there many manipulation for this ?

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No answers ??
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What is the exact question that you have. If you ask for the suphp.conf file, the location is described in the howto that you mentioned above and there are possibly other settings that you may find in the documentation on the suphp homepage.
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I just want to know, if with the howto the cgi are configure ?

Thank you, I'm looking the SuPHP Documentation
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