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Old 23rd June 2006, 04:28
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Default Some ISPConfig issues...

Hello,

I'm pretty new to this, but I followed the Ubuntu Server Perfect Setup 6.06, everything went off more or less without a hitch. Following this I installed ISPConfig, but I can't seem to figure out where to go from there.

After installing ISPConfig, my default website changed from the Apache file to:

"This IP address is shared. For access to the web site which you look for, enter its address instead of its IP."

Which is under /var/www/sharedip/ which is normal from what I understand, so everything should be working fine.

Now I'd like to start hosting a website, so I tried creating a new client, and a new site, but ISPConfig seems to be acting strange. It doesn't put the client or the site in the right directories, but just throws them into the "main" directory...

Screenshot --> http://www.brokenlands.com/stuff/clientlist.png

Trying to access WebFTP for this user, I get a "Could not connect as user Test1"

Screenshot --> http://www.brokenlands.com/stuff/webftp.png

When looking under /var/www/ there isn't anything new for the client I recently created, only

apache2-default sharedip and webalizer

Any clues? I'm not sure how to proceed now.
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Old 23rd June 2006, 11:28
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Now I'd like to start hosting a website, so I tried creating a new client, and a new site, but ISPConfig seems to be acting strange. It doesn't put the client or the site in the right directories, but just throws them into the "main" directory...

Screenshot --> http://www.brokenlands.com/stuff/clientlist.png
ISPConfig stores the websirs in the folder that you selected. There is no such thing as an default folder.

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Trying to access WebFTP for this user, I get a "Could not connect as user Test1"

Screenshot --> http://www.brokenlands.com/stuff/webftp.png
You must use a user to connect to FTP, not a client username. Usernames that can connect to FTP begin with web[ID]_ in ISPConfig, if you dont removed the username prefix.

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When looking under /var/www/ there isn't anything new for the client I recently created, only

apache2-default sharedip and webalizer
did you select /var/www pr /home/www as root directory for the websites during setup?
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