Change apache root directory - HOW?

Discussion in 'General' started by nedko, Jan 12, 2009.

  1. nedko

    nedko New Member

    Hello to all.
    I have a question - I install ISPConfig on a new ubuntu installation follow the manual in this site and it work perfectly.
    But there's a problem - before i reinstall my previous ubuntu there was 3-4 sites.
    My question is - can I manually enter name of the site (not web1_user. i mean mysite for example), mysql user and passwords and finally, but most important - can I change the path where are stored my sites (now is /var/www/. I want to be /www/htdocs (because in /www is mounted 250 gb hard drive. Another 15 gb hard drive i'm using for the OS).
    Thanks and have a nice day ;)

    P.S. - Sorry for the bad English... :)
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    No, that doesn't work.

    You can specify the path during the ISPConfig installation (in expert mode). If ISPConfig is already installed, you could create a symlink from /var/www to /www/htdocs.

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