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Old 26th February 2009, 10:54
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Default FTP issue following 2.2.29 upgrades

Hello,

I have just created a new client and site in the ISP Config GUI as normal following an upgrade to the latest version of 2.2.29 a few weeks back. This is the first time I have added a site since the upgrade so it may be related.

The site and client gets created fine in the GUI but there is an issue with the FTP system. When I login to the FTP as normal with the new FTP user / password I can upload files as normal to the web sub folder.

However if I look in a SSH session at where its putting these files its not in the normal location of /var/www/web14/web. Thus people cant browse them via the web browser.

It seems to be uploading all files to:
/var/www/web14/user/web14_domainname/web

There is also a Maildir folder in the same location which is different from normal. For example normally the Maildir folder would be at:

/var/www/web14/Maildir

Now it has been created in:

/var/www/web14/user/web14_domainname/Maildir

I havent knowingly changed any config settings other than running the upgrade to 2.2.29 a few weeks back. All other FTP sites of existing websites seem okay.

Any idea what is going wrong?

thanks

Martin
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Old 27th February 2009, 12:32
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You missed to enable the administrator checkbox for the user that you used to upload the files.
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