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FrontPage Extensions problems after 7.1.6->7.5.3

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by thedevilman, May 20, 2005.

  1. thedevilman

    thedevilman Guest

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    i just had a pretty smooth update from 7.1.6 to7.5.3 except for the FrontPage Extensions. can't seem to get them working after the update.

    can't get in to FP Webadmin or FP-SSL Webadmin now either. I get a 404.

    i've already tried disabling FP, then removing the .htaccess file and the '_*' folders and re-enabling FP with no success.

    read about a possible suexec problem somewhere but don't know too much about it. i'm running FreeBSD 4.9.

    did a lot of searching including here and i'm just too tired now to keep looking so any help is greatly appreciated.
     
  2. Sanderk

    Sanderk Guest

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    I have the same problem, does anyone know what to do?
     
  3. thedevilman

    thedevilman Guest

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    i had someone else fix the problem for me but here is what they reported back to me...

    i'm assuming a chmod of fpexe and maybe the containing folder to probably 755 should do it.

    good luck.
    -thedevilman
     
  4. R2K_

    R2K_ Guest

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    We had the same problem here on Plesk 7.5.3/FreeBSD 4.9.

    Changing the permissions from 750 to 755 on the directory /usr/local/psa/frontpage fixed it.

    Does anyone know if this will cause any security problems?
     
  5. serial-thrilla

    serial-thrilla Guest

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    of course, now anyone/anything potentially can:
    cd into
    ls it (and ls -l)
    read files
    modify files
    and exec files
     
  6. pl3sk

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    chmod 755ing the directory also fixed this for me.

    For those who are still suffering: frontpage fix upgrade freebsd url not found bad link 7.5
     
  7. jas8522

    jas8522 Basic Pleskian

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    fixed

    This also fixed it for me... if this actually is some sort of security risk, and someone has a better solution to the problem, let us know!

    Jordan
     
  8. futuredude

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