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Old 1st February 2006, 21:12
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Default Installing on existing server

I know ISPConfig is intended to run on a new server with no sites. If I was to install it on an existing server, would it disable the existing sites?


If ISPConfig alters the current httpd.conf, then I guess the anwser would be yes.

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Old 2nd February 2006, 01:00
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Originally Posted by dtrumbower
I know ISPConfig is intended to run on a new server with no sites. If I was to install it on an existing server, would it disable the existing sites?
It doesn't really disable them, but things such as PHP and Perl won't work anymore because ISPConfig disables them globally and enables them on a per-site basis.
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