ISPConfig 3.2 + Softaculous + InvoiceNinja 5

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  1. 3volve-karl

    3volve-karl New Member

    Good day guys,

    Thank you so much for this amazing platform, if someone can contact me about the criteria to become a sponsor.

    I setup ISPConfig 3.2 on a Debian 11 email. I loaded Softaculous, and I have used Softaculous to install Invoice Ninja 5 (latest) on to my server.

    The files all install into /var/www/client(x)/web(x)/web and the symbolic links /var/www/client(x)/sub,domain.tld and /var/www/sub,domain,tld or pointing correctly.

    All the files appear to be there but when I open the site at sub.domain.tld it just opens the default index.html, even though the html file is not existing in the root web folder.

    I am running PHP-FPM and PHP7.3 for the site.

    I also have all other scripting engines enabled as well for the site.

    I doubt it is a Softaculous issue, as the files all loaded. I am not sure if it is something I need to check on ISPConfig (a possibl ID10T error )

    Any pointers will be a help.
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

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  3. 3volve-karl

    3volve-karl New Member

    I could kick myself in the gonads. That makes absolute sense and I now wish I had read that post first. Was just in a rush to get out the office.

    Thank you for giving the guidance without a long winded work around.

    I now know that most issues can be resolved in this one post, I am printing it as my "cheat sheet"

    1000 Thank yous.
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  4. 3volve-karl

    3volve-karl New Member


    We installed Invoice Ninja without the HTTPS option enabled as I am using SSL on the route domain via another server. Since we are using a subdomain on this domain.tld, I am still having to read up and figure out how to run more than one SSL certificate on the same domain.tld. Due to time constraints that is a problem for another day.

    However, disabling SSH solved the issue instantly. Also learned that the latest version of Ninja now needs PHP7.4.

    Just making this note for reference for others. I find it very annoying when finding a post online explaining a problem and then it ends with "Solved!" with no explanation of how it was solved. Hope others find this thread useful.

    Once again, thank you.
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