I thought I knew enough about my .htaccess stuff to do this, but I can't seem to work it out. What I want to do is if a user visits domain.com/folder, we check to see if the folder exists. If so, show as normal (IE domain.com/support)
If a user visits domain.com/dynamicusername (dynamicusername is not a physical folder), redirect to dynamicusername.domain.com
when I find the subscription from the admin side of PPA, if I select "Login as user" I've noticed that it is different from actually logging in as the user - for example - "add domain alias" is missing when I login as a customer - but not as an admin... I need my customers to add their own aliases and manage them - how do I add that feature to the client login side?
I am currently looking for a new IP KVM. Right now I use a mix of HP and Raritan KVMs and I'm honestly not super happy with either of them. The main feature I'm looking for is the ability to setup multiple users and only allow them to access certain ports/devices on the KVM.
What would be the best IP KVM to look at for this?
I basically have a script that uses passthru when people login with FTP so it can connect users from multiple interfaces.
Thing is, it uses the default php.ini file so, to get this script to work I have to enable passthru in the default php.ini file, affecting all users with an account. I am currently running SuExec and can change the php.ini file each user uses from httpd.conf. But as far as I am aware the FTP user isn't in httpd.conf.
What user does FTP run under and how can I use a custom php.ini file just for the FTP daemon. Also, as a side note, what are the effects of passthru and can it be used for malicious intent if wanted?
when I tried to reboot my VPS via Hypervm Enterprise I got this error:
=========== Alert: The vps myvps.vm is locked by another user. This would also be because you had interrupted an earlier activity that would take long time to complete. HyperVM has waited 15 seconds for the other process to finish. Please try after sometime. ===========
and memory usage going crazy it's going from 400MB "natural usage level" to 1024MB then the vps and all sites going down.
how i can make an FTP account for my clients to upload files to but when they upload a file they dont see it after. I want to just make 1 ftp user / pass to give to my clients but after uploading they dont see the file or any other files in the folder.
Maybe a way for the file to auto move to another folder after uploading?
Now there are quite a few index2.php's located on my server so I can not figure out who is running this. When I run ps ax -o pid,user,rss,command|grep httpd I get about 20-30 of these: 13808 nobody 17360 /usr/local/apache/bin/httpd -DSSL
how I can figure out where this script is being run from?
how to find my user name for my ftp via SSH (not whm)! It that some one who was doing some work on my server decided that it would be funny if they changed my pass and username. I retrieved the pass but not the username.
Check this out... I was just diggin around in my Dreamhost panel and discovered something new that I've not even seen announced anywhere... Dreamhost is giving a BACKUPS user on each account, totally separately from the web user. You are allowed... well, I'll just copy / paste straight from the panel:
At DreamHost, you may only keep website-related content on your regular users. You do, however, get one user per account where anything legal may be stored; your Backups User.
This user cannot have any websites pointed to it, nor may you share files via it... it is only to be used as an off-site backup for your personal files. As such, we keep no backups of files on this account. These are already supposed to be your backups... not your only copy! (Of course, you should always keep your own copies of all data stored with us.. we make no guarantees!)
Every full DreamHost Hosting plan includes 50GB of backups space! (Additional usage will be charged at the rate of 10 cents / GB a month: the best backup deal on the net!)
Pretty interesting... they didn't HAVE to do that, it's just another one of those things that they give in order to be even MORE awesome, evidently.