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sitebuilder installed and changed the placeholder page

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by qualispace, Jun 6, 2005.

  1. qualispace

    qualispace Regular Pleskian

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    Hello,
    I had installed the demo sitebuilder module available in the Plesk Updater in the server. As a result the place holder page for all the websites has been changed. Instead of the default placeholder page, it redirects to the sitebuilder login page. Does anybody know how to restore the old setting so that there is always the placeholder page instead of the sitebuilder login page.

    Regards
    Nitesh
     
  2. hardweb

    hardweb Guest

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    Check the file /etc/httpd/conf.d/sitebuilder.conf. In this file sitebuilder should answer only to sitebuilder.* requests. If the apache directives were changed, indeed your server can answer with the sitebuilder page.
     
  3. Kevlar3D

    Kevlar3D Guest

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    Here is my sitebuilder.conf file, what line in this file is replacing the placeholder page with the sitebuilder install page?


     
  4. Kevlar3D

    Kevlar3D Guest

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    nevermind, I fixed the problem by removing sitebuilder.

    #rpm -qa|grep Sitebuilder
    Sitebuilder-1.1.1-rh9.<build>
    #rpm -e Sitebuilder-1.1.1-rh9.<build>
     
  5. macki

    macki Guest

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    i still have the same problem.
    which line do i have to change?

    thanks
     
  6. Quiddity

    Quiddity Guest

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    I encountered this exact problem, and it appears to have been occuring due to the sitebuilder configuration being loaded prior to any other virtual host configuration. This in turn caused httpd to fall back on it's defined DocumentRoot for all requests not sent to a valid virtualhost.

    I corrected this by moving /etc/httpd/conf.d/sitebuilder.conf to /etc/httpd/conf/sitebuilder.conf, then putting an Include directive for sitebuilder.conf in httpd.conf ( directly following the Include directive for httpd.include ). Your httpd.conf should look something like this:

    Include /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.include
    Include /etc/httpd/conf/sitebuilder.conf

    Make this change, restart httpd, and you should be set.

    - Steve
     
  7. macki

    macki Guest

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    that works - thanks a lot!
     
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