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Old 29th December 2008, 00:12
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Default php_admin_value safe mode error

Hi,
I have ISPconfig installed and running on a debian etch server.

my php.ini has safe mode off .

But everytime i make some changes on ISPconfig panel . The vhosts file changes and php_admin_value safe mode and base dir gets added.

I have done a php info and globally both of them seem turned off as done in my php.ini.

But when some chages are made in ISPconfig to the domain then the values php_admin_value safe mode and base in virtual host for that domain in Vhosts_ispconfig.conf get added.

Any could give me a hint on this?


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Old 29th December 2008, 09:33
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Just uncheck the safe mode checkbox in the website settings in ispconfig to disable safemode and never edit the file Vhosts_ispconfig.conf manually!
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