Additional Directives

Discussion in 'General' started by DaddyFix, Jun 16, 2006.

  1. DaddyFix

    DaddyFix New Member

    I added some additional directives to the Apache Directives but ISPConfig kept Commenting my edits with a message 'NOT SUPPORTED!'.

    So I read a post where I could make a includes file for a virtual host and insert that into the Apache Directives.
    include /etc/httpd/conf/vhosts/includes/
    But ISPConfig still REMS(#) out the new directive. Any ideas?
    # include /etc/httpd/conf/vhosts/includes/ # NOT SUPPORTED!
  2. brainz

    brainz Member

    Hi DaddyFix,

    Have you tried adding the additional directives from within the ispconfig admin account for that web........

    This is what it reads and its right at the bottom of the details for that web...

    Apache Directives

    hope this helps...

    brainz ;):cool:
  3. DaddyFix

    DaddyFix New Member

    Yes, Thats what I was referring too. Sorry I wasn't clear about that.
  4. DaddyFix

    DaddyFix New Member

    I did some checking into the file /root/ispconfig/scripts/lib/config.lib.php
    and the function httpd_syntax_check

    It seems like there might be a syntax error somewhere within my Addiotnal Directives...

    Here are my Apache Directives while I check them more thouroughly.
    php_value include_path '.:/usr/lib/php/:/usr/share/pear/:/var/www/ispconfig_html/web7/web/cg/app/settings/:/var/www/ispconfig_html/web7/web/qcodo/includes/'
    ProxyRequests On
    <Proxy *>
    Order allow,deny
    Allow from all
    ProxyPass /camera
    ProxyPassReverse /camera
    SetOutputFilter proxy-html
  5. DaddyFix

    DaddyFix New Member

    There was an error in my directives.

    Thanks ISPCONFIG/Falko Team! I love this prog.

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