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httpd.include & suexec

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Seven Internet, Mar 19, 2006.

  1. Seven Internet

    Seven Internet New Pleskian

    Sep 10, 2005
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    Is there anyway to comment out the line inside httpd.include file call suexecusergroup.

    I have add ## in front of it and work with out any problems. However, I have been told never to edit the http.include file. So how can I make the change?

    EBHAUK Guest

    httpd.include is rewritten every time you make a change to the config of the relative domain. However, if you create a file in the conf folder called vhost.conf the contents of this file are written to httpd.include evey time it is re-written. Hence you can make your changes and store them in this file. Once you have created the above file simply disable and re-enable the relative domain to apply the changes, the restart apache.
  3. Matt.D

    Matt.D Guest

    where can I find the skeleton for thehttpd.include file?

    I need for some information to be always included for all the domains on my server, and not be removed when the httpd.include is re-written.