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Old 20th November 2006, 12:51
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My Mandriva 2007 Free server is now running with ISPConfig.

I installed this server to work like a development server. I want to create as many sites as necessary, with just as many MySQL databases. But the problem I have is that I don't have to use domains, because it's all accessed locally. The server is running inside my home network.

So what I want is to create new sites within ISPConfig, that are accessible using the following format: http://[serverip]/[webfolder] eg. http://192.168.2.105/drupaldev1.
I want to get FTP-access to this folder, to upload for example the Drupal files. And PHPMyAdmin to access the corresponding database.

Is this possible within ISPConfig, and how do I create it (What info to include at New Site?)?
The documentation only covers sites using domains. But my sites won't be connected to a DNS-server?

ps. I ran the standard ISPConfig, so my sites will be published in /home/www? Can this still be reversed to /var/www?
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Old 20th November 2006, 19:24
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You cant access sites in ISPConfig this way.
The way I use it is to add the development domains to the hosts file of my workstation.

Example:

create a website: www.drupaldev.int

then add a line like this to the hosts file on your (windows / linux / MacOS) workstation:

192.168.0.100 www.drupaldev.int

Now you will be able to access the website in your browser as www.drupaldev.int

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ps. I ran the standard ISPConfig, so my sites will be published in /home/www? Can this still be reversed to /var/www?
The default is /var/www in the current ISPConfig releases.
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Old 20th November 2006, 20:17
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That's quite a nifty approach. Appreciate your help.

Next step is to figure out how to setup the FTP connections to every site.

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http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/sho...96&postcount=2

That did the trick...

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