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  1. I'm not using php-fpm and the loaded file was the one I changed. To be honest, I've been at this for days, and I don't have any more time to bash my head against these walls. I don't have a unique setup - it's a simple ubuntu 14.04 install on digitalocean. There's nothing special about it, yet I've rebuilt it twice and I still can't get this working. I hate setting these things up by hand - which is why I like control panels. But to be honest I can't help but thinking if I had, it'd have been working the same day. I think I'm going to drop this. Thanks anyway.
  2. Okay then, I'll leave that where it is. I've set the (domain name as default value for DocumentRoot path) so that removes the problem entirely I'm nearly there but for a couple of things. When I add a new domain, it doesn't seem to add the folders unless I run the force cronjob - I assume there's a misconfiguration somewhere. And I'm not sure you can help with this, but is there anything in froxlor that might be causing php to be in strict mode. One of my sites is a concrete5 install, and once I'd uploaded the source and set up the database, the homepage was full of PHP strict warnings. When I tried to turn these off in the php.ini it didn't work. I was on php 5.5.9 but I've upgraded to 5.6.17 to see if it would make a difference when I tried changing it again. It didn't.
  3. Cool. So I ran that, it generated a bunch of errors but did create the customers/username/directory. However it does create a webilizer directory (which I don't need) and doesn't create an htdocs/public_html/etc directory. do I take it that the customers/username/ directory "is" the webroot and just delete the webilizer directory?
  4. That's fair enough. I'm not so worried about client access at the moment as all of the sites it'll be hosting require access beyond myself. The reason I asked originally though (and I'm not really sure why I didn't mention that before) was that I created the first customer and domain, but when I saved the domain, the folder was not created (I changed the default to /home/customers/). Was that a poor decision?
  5. Okay I changed that, got everything configured, and went through the settings. But do I actually need to run the configuration for apache webserver (as it's already installed, and one of the commands was to install it) and the others? Because in truth, I'm not really sure what I want to do setupwise about FTP and mail. I just want the domain up and running, I don't really care about the rest right now. What do you think?
  6. The default docroot for my webserver is /var/www/html. Given that there's no vhost to tell it otherwise, and there aren't any related commands on the wiki to be run at that stage, should I move the froxlor folder inside html? Because I'm not sure how else the webserver is going to know it's there. Thanks
  7. Hmmm, yes I did have quite a few problems getting to the "complete the install" UI, so that does not come as a huge shock to me. I followed a digitalocean tutorial that did it via apt. Okay I will roll back the server to fresh and start again. Thanks for your help, I'll report back how it goes.
  8. The command generated some errors: PHP Warning: touch(): Unable to create file /var/customers/logs/username-domain.com-error.log because No such file or directory in /var/www/froxlor/scripts/jobs/cron_tasks.inc.http.10.apache.php on line 604 PHP Warning: chown(): No such file or directory in /var/www/froxlor/scripts/jobs/cron_tasks.inc.http.10.apache.php on line 605 PHP Warning: chgrp(): No such file or directory in /var/www/froxlor/scripts/jobs/cron_tasks.inc.http.10.apache.php on line 606 PHP Warning: touch(): Unable to create file /var/customers/logs/username-domain.com-access.log because No such file or directory in /var/www/froxlor/scripts/jobs/cron_tasks.inc.http.10.apache.php on line 610 PHP Warning: chown(): No such file or directory in /var/www/froxlor/scripts/jobs/cron_tasks.inc.http.10.apache.php on line 611 PHP Warning: chgrp(): No such file or directory in /var/www/froxlor/scripts/jobs/cron_tasks.inc.http.10.apache.php on line 612 Output of config test was: (2)No such file or directory: AH02291: Cannot access directory '/var/customers/logs/' for error log of vhost defined at /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/35_froxlor_normal_vhost_domain.com.conf:6 AH00014: Configuration check failed Action 'configtest' failed. The Apache error log may have more information.
  9. There isn't one - so I guess the answer to your question is no, it hasn't. What should I do?
  10. Wow, you are faster than a game show contestant!!! That was the first place I looked - being the apache default. Only the froxlor symlink is there.
  11. Hello there, I've set up a new domain inside froxlor and uploaded site source into the document root, yet when I attempt to access the domain, I'm routed to the froxlor login page. I don't know where froxlor keeps it's customer vhost config files. I've checked in the default apache location and it isn't there. Only the main froxlor vhost resides. I'm sure it's something really simple that I've missed, but I'm new to froxlor and have used a bunch of other (terrible) panels, so maybe I'm just looking in the wrong places. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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