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Old 6th December 2006, 23:26
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Hi,

today I uploaded a site via ftp onto my new ispconfig-managed webserver for the first time. Then I noticed the site could not be viewed. I quickly found it was a rights problem and was able to fix it. But now I am a bit unsure. Could someone please tell me what are the proper privileges I need to set for the different filetypes (or where can I read about it) ? E.g. what must be set for .html, .php, .pl, picture files,.... etc.

Another problem with this new page is, that it is found under http://www.pagename.tld but not under http://pagename.tld. With the second notation I get the ISPConfig's error page saying that this is a shared IP-address. I wonder why, because all of my other pages (these are online pages with yet no content) work both ways. Any hints?

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Old 7th December 2006, 10:50
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Which permissions and owner did the files had after you uploaded it? Did you modify anithing in the ISPConfig sources regarding the permissions and file owners?

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Another problem with this new page is, that it is found under http://www.pagename.tld but not under http://pagename.tld. With the second notation I get the ISPConfig's error page saying that this is a shared IP-address. I wonder why, because all of my other pages (these are online pages with yet no content) work both ways. Any hints?
you must add pagename.tld as co-domain with empty host field to the website www.pagename.tld
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Old 7th December 2006, 14:40
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The co-domain hint worked, but I'm still wondering about two things:
1. Why didn't that problem occur with the other pages?
2. I had a domain limit of 2 set for this web. Though I had only registered the domainname.tld I got the error "domain limit reached" when I tried to register the co-domain. When I set the limit to 3 it worked. How can that be?

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Which permissions and owner did the files had after you uploaded it? Did you modify anithing in the ISPConfig sources regarding the permissions and file owners?
The owner/group settings were correct, I think (web13_admin and web13).
The permissions were rw for admins and r for the group for all files/directories, as far as I remember.

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Old 7th December 2006, 17:20
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2. I had a domain limit of 2 set for this web. Though I had only registered the domainname.tld I got the error "domain limit reached" when I tried to register the co-domain. When I set the limit to 3 it worked. How can that be?
Let's assume you create a web site www.example.com. ISPConfig automatically creates the Co-Domain example.com as well, so that makes two domains already. Therefore you need to set the limit to three at least if you want to add another Co-Domain.
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