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Old 6th August 2006, 02:13
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I have a question with FTP and ISPConfig. I have setup Mandriva 2006 per Howtoforge's Mandriva 2006 setup with ISPConfig. At the end of the setup it specifies that you need to have /var/www as home directory to run CGI scripts. My question is this. When a new FTP account is created its defaulted to be /home/username. However, ISPConfig uses /var/www as the users home directory. Is there anyway I can setup ISPConfig to create new users with /home/username/www/html as their home directory to store their websites, and configure proftp to do the same?

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Old 6th August 2006, 02:54
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I think to make the user have FTP access to the home directory is to check the Administrator checkbox. I did have the same problem before but checking the administrator box seems to point it to the domain folder in /var/www.

Try it and see if that solve the problem


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Old 7th August 2006, 13:44
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Is there anyway I can setup ISPConfig to create new users with /home/username/www/html as their home directory to store their websites, and configure proftp to do the same?
No, but why do you want that? If this was possible, then you wouldn't be able to upload your HTML files, etc. to the web folder...
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