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Old 31st December 2005, 20:38
PorkFat PorkFat is offline
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Default Uninstalling - What modules do I remove from httpd.conf?

I removed all the ISPConfig Directories and the modules relating to it in httpd.conf.

I then removed the sites it made in /var/www/xxxx

Now when I try to run httpd it says:

Warning: DocumentRoot [/var/www/web6/web] does not exist (web6 was a test site I made in ISPConfig control panel)

But there is no DocumentRoot /var/www/web6/web in the httpd.conf!
I only have DocumentRoot /var/www!

I removed the users that used /var/www/web6 from the /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow but I'm still getting the error.

What did ISPConfig modify and how do I change it back to normal so I can run httpd?

Never mind, found it... The last line of httpd.conf was a line calling for ispconfig vhosts. I nixed that line and everything is back to normal.

Last edited by PorkFat; 1st January 2006 at 01:14.
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