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I have ISPConfig3 installed on CentOS, and i hosted 3 websites on it based on Joomla CMS, I have problems in
all of websites when installing components. I think that the problem is in ISPCnfig configuration. Please Help

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Old 6th October 2011, 09:26
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Ensure that you selected the correct PHP mode and suexec settings. For CMS systems that need to write to the filesyste, use php mode "php-fcgi" and ensure that the suexec checkbox is enabled.
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I get the same after activating suexec php mode is Fast-CGI actually when i try to install components in Joomla is refreshing and returning to the control panel of Joomla
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This can happen if you have used the wrong mode before, you might have to change the owner of all files in the website to the web user and client group of the site. Example:

chown -R web1:client1 /var/www/yourdomain.tld/web

the user and group must match the user and group of the website and the path mut be changed to the path of the affected site.
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Permissions are correct to all files and folders, and needed folders are writable for joomla
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I have hundreds of Joomla sites (different Joomla versions) on Ispconfig3 CentOs servers, and there are no problems.

I think the best way to solve the problem is to check the error logs.
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Maybe for You everything is fine but I have the same problem all the time when i add another website
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I'am sure that this is not a general issue of the current ispconfig version as it works on my servers out of the box too. So lets try to find out where the joomla installation or configuration went wrong:

1) Which ispconfig version do you use?
2) Which security level have you set under System > Server Config > Web?
3) Did you originally create the sites with mod_php?
4) How did you upload or install joomla into the website?
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