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Plesk users and vhost configuration

Discussion in 'Plesk 10.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by Ortix, Jul 29, 2011.

  1. Ortix

    Ortix Guest

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    I'm trying to match the way Plesk behaves to that of cPanel.

    Whenever i created a new user in cpanel, it's home directory would be in /home/user and the html files would be in public_html

    also i could "sudo su" into that user without any issues.

    How can I do this with plesk?

    I have a fresh install of CentOS (except for NANO and mod_suPHP).

    I basically want to change the document root to /home and that the html files are stored in public_html just like in cpanel.

    Possible?
     
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