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Hi,
I apologize in advance for my bad English.

Can somehow influence the (configuration, code modification) the location of folders /error and /stats? I do not want to have in the folder /web.
If so, where is the configuration directive, or where is located the script that creates it?

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Old 13th August 2011, 10:51
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These folders can not be changed without modifying the ispconfig sourcecode. So if you want to change that, you would have to change the cron_daily.php script and the apache plugin.
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