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Andrew Stafford

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  1. So I got the issues resolved, apparently there is a section in the Panel that required you to go through configuration of the services. I didn't read this anywhere and I had no idea about it. I can now view my pages, however... Now since running the commands in the config section I can no longer connect to the panel to log in anymore.

    I made sure it is moved to /var/www/ and not /var/www/html/
    I updated it accordingly In the /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/000-default.conf, there I have it pointing to /var/www/

    So why does: domain/froxlor/ no longer work?

    -A

  2. 26 minutes ago, d00p said:

    Please test your settings at GoDaddy then, as we cannot know what you've booked with them.

    Also please use a shell instead of webtools, if you run and maintain a server these are the basics...

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  3. 3 hours ago, d00p said:

    Well your domains need to point to your server IP. If you use godaddy and their nameserver you do not need to activate Nameserver related stuff in froxlor

    Sorry I'm not near a computer to ping it properly. I'm out snd about on my phone.

    Here's the godaddy records.

  4. 2 hours ago, d00p said:

    Well your domains need to point to your server IP. If you use godaddy and their nameserver you do not need to activate Nameserver related stuff in froxlor

    Ok cool, so what do i need to do record wise with godaddy? If i disable the name server stuff in froxlor, what else would need to be done?

  5. Good day, 

    First time posting here, I just got Froxlor setup on a hyperV, Debian 9 VM.

    It is up and running, got my customers/ domains added. I can't seem to get the domain to cooperate though. 

    I use Godaddy to buy and host my domains. What do I need to do on Godaddy and through Froxlor to get my website visible to the public?

    I currently tried setting an a record on godaddy with my servers ip.

    I changed the name servers in froxlor to those listed by godaddy for my domain.

    Am i on the right track or missing it entirely?

    Any help would be appreciated!

    Thanks, - Andrew 

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