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Dedicated, default page on ip

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Poort10, Apr 2, 2006.

  1. Poort10

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    hello,

    when i go to my dedicated server and i browse to the IP
    ( http://83.149.74.130/ ) i see a default page, in the default page there is a "administrator" maillink, where can i change that link?

    I have changed the mailadress in server -> Administrator information -> Edit, but the adress on the default page is still there,

    When i need to change the adress in SSH, how can i do that? I dont know mutch about SSH,
     
  2. eilko

    eilko Regular Pleskian

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    you can find this html file at /var/www/vhosts/default/htdocs/
     
  3. Poort10

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    thx for your reaction,

    when i open the ftp and look for the /var/www.... i can find var, but when i open it there is no www, i'm logged is as the mainuser (administrator)

    /var/www/vhosts/default/htdocs/, is not there,

    i'm using PLESK 7.5.4 for FreeBSD.
     
  4. eilko

    eilko Regular Pleskian

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    Freebsd might have a different path, check /etc/psa/psa.conf for the HTTPD_VHOSTS_D.
     
  5. Poort10

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    ok, found ;-) ;-) ;-) ;-)

    just 1 problem ;-)

    when i want to upload the new file i get "permission denied" from my FTP ;-(

    but, 50% from the problem is allready solved ;-)
     
  6. Cranky

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    You need to edit as root via shell.
     
  7. Poort10

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    is there online a manuel how to do this? i really dont know how to do this
     
  8. Poort10

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    is there?
     
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