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Old 27th May 2006, 13:51
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Default I've messed up somewhere

I installed ISPconfigure, but was having problems with PHP giving me 500 error, so I uninstalled ISPconfigure and chose yes to delete everything associated, whatever.

Well, I reinstalled and I got all kinds of problems, it's as if some of the data didn't delete itself.

firstoff, when trying to add a mail account for the site, it tells me:

The username is already in use.

Okay, I don't know where it exists, but I guess so....

Now when I go to ftp to the site, I log in, but I'm in /home/user, instead of /home/www/my.site.com/

can someone help me get rid of this old data?


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Old 27th May 2006, 14:16
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Which distribution do you use?
Is the user name already in /etc/passwd?
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Old 27th May 2006, 16:31
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Originally Posted by SkyBlueshoes
I installed ISPconfigure, but was having problems with PHP giving me 500 error.
Did you install php as mod_php or cgi? Generally reinstalling is not nescessary as this problem is normally not related to the ISPCOnfig installation.

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can someone help me get rid of this old data?
ISPConfig blocks all usernames that are present before the ISPCOnfig installation. The locked Users are listed in the file /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/users. If you remove the username from there, ISPConfig is able to overwrite the username in /etc/passwd.
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