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IP going to sitebuilder installation page

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by CHIngs, Jun 28, 2005.

  1. CHIngs

    CHIngs Guest

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    I own a dedicated server and I keep my site updated, even the 3rd party scripts. So In the 7.5.3 updater, it asked me to install site builder and so I went ahead and installed it and everything went fine. But now I realized if someone goes directly to my IP address, it takes them to the sitebuilder installation page rather than the DEFAULT DOMAIN set in the control panel.

    Does anyone know a FIX for this?

    Thank You.
     
  2. bartje3

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    Yes, uninstall Sitebuilder:

    rpm -e Sitebuilder
    or
    yum remove Sitebuilder

    Regards,
    Bart

    ps: did you set the default domain for this IP ?
     
  3. CHIngs

    CHIngs Guest

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    Yes, I did. But you see, I dont want to UNINSTALL site builder. I just want the IP to redirect to the default domain that was set in the control panel.
     
  4. bartje3

    bartje3 Guest

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    Then complete the sitebuilder installation and check that your DNS is correct.

    I also have Sitebuilder installed, but IP shows the default domain, so I guess you have to complete the install first. No matter if you have a license key or not, it just continue working, but in demo mode.

    Bart
     
  5. CHIngs

    CHIngs Guest

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    But I dont want to install it at the moment, lol. U know its weird but I have to work with another person who is not here at the moment, summer vacation. And I cannot leave it like that until then. I cannot install site builder until then. But I know there has to be a file somewhere where it says to redirect ip to sitebuilder installation, I just need to find that and change it to my default domain.
     
  6. bartje3

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    Go into the controlpannel of the default domain and delete all the records from Sitebuilder in the DNS. The admin can easilly restore these entries.

    Maybe you'll have to restart Named, before changes take effect.

    Bart
     
  7. CHIngs

    CHIngs Guest

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    There are NO ENTRIES for site builder in the DNS entries of the default domain :(.
     
  8. bartje3

    bartje3 Guest

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    First check that the default domain is set correctly:

    -Plesk Admin controllpanel
    -Click on IP aliasing (you will see a list of IP's)
    -Click in the correct IP row on the value that stands under the "hosting" row.
    -Now you can select the default domain for that IP, check it and click on "set as default"
    -Restart httpd and named, it should work now

    Regards and success

    Bart
     
  9. meaneight

    meaneight Guest

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    I too seem to have this problem, I have tried everything posted above except removing Site Builder.

    I only have one domain that this is happening to. It is being sent to a site builder page login.php. I can not find this file anywhere using the file manager within this specific domain. How can I turn off site builder for this and all domains?

    Has anyone else run across this problem and found a fix since the last post in June? If so, I would greatly appreciated if someone can point me in the right directions.
     
  10. slemke

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    Hi !

    excatly the same problem. I have tried to assign the default domain for the ip adress -> did not help !
    After removing the Sitebuilder with "rpm -e" it works.

    Perhaps a bug ?!

    Sebastian
     
  11. meaneight

    meaneight Guest

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    I had some success after assigning default domain then rebooting the server. Plesk restart did not work for me.

    However, I also think that it is buggy. I still have trouble. Domain shows up fine on some ISP's and others Sitebuiler is displayed. Looks like I too will have to remove sitebuilder. Thanks for your input.
     
  12. slemke

    slemke Guest

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    Hi !

    rebooting did also not work for me...

    Sebastian
     
  13. MikePaul99

    MikePaul99 Guest

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    move /etc/httpd/conf.d/sitebuilder.conf to /etc/httpd/conf then call it from httpd.conf by adding thist to httpd.conf

    Include /etc/httpd/conf/sitebuilder.conf

    That will load your virtual hosts before sitebuilder
     
  14. go1cast

    go1cast Guest

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    Just at thought, but is the ip address shared? I'm having the same problem, but when I remove the second domain name, and use the ip address to access my page the sitebuilder is gone. If anyone has a better solution to this do let me know thanks.
     
  15. slemke

    slemke Guest

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    Hi !

    yes, my ip is shared.
     
  16. go1cast

    go1cast Guest

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    yeah I noticed when my ip is shared with another domain name the sitebuilder comes up when i access the site via the ip address. I'm currently looking for a better solution than not sharing the ip address.
     
  17. HopChop

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    Have the exact same problem as meaneight and slemke. My setup is a dedicated server running RHEL3 and plesk 7.54. The server has 2 different shared IP:s with about 10 domains each. When browsing to one of these domains sitebuilders /install/install.php appears. Can't really find out why it only appears on one domain and not all. Have tried all hints in this thread, maybe it's time to remove sitebuilder. A loss for those who use it though...
     
  18. jamesyeeoc

    jamesyeeoc Guest

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    What would be the harm in uninstalling it for now until the other person returns from vacation? It can always be re-installed when that person comes back and can finish the installation/configuration. It's not like anyone is using it since the initial config has not been done. Uninstalling it does not delete the RPM file, so reinstalling it is simple. You asked the forum for a fix, this is a perfectly viable one.
     
  19. hsingh@superb

    hsingh@superb Guest

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    I had this problem too while I was working on a server for a client (IP going to sitebuilder installation page).

    I fixed it by:

    yum remove Sitebuilder
    yum install Sitebuilder.

    That was simple :D
     
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