SSH user can write to home directory, but the problem is that the .ssh folder and authorized_keys files aren't copied over. I'm seeing this issue...
I've setup a dedicated database server and have moved my ISPConfig database to it. I've updated the following files to now point to the new...
Thanks JNSC for taking the time to update this legacy package :) Very much appreciated here.
According to developer's site, the 4.0.x will still be updated until July 2014. 4.0.10 is out now.
I am. Thanks.
It is not.
I even tried to create a gibberish domain like kjdhsfklj.domain.net and I get the message - "The Domain belongs to another client".
I am running ISPConfig 2.2.40 and I am running into an issue where I want to assign different site.domain.net co-domains to multiple ISPConfig...
I am finding some serious discrepancies in how ISPConfig is reporting total bandwidth usage for a server per month and my total bandwidth is...
It has been 11 days since I've had a response to this. I need to get this figured out. This is causing my disks to fill up daily on over 35 servers!
I still need assistance figuring this out. Till? Falko?
Where else can I look then?
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