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Apache / Re: How to setup Website on the IP address
« on: July 02, 2015, 02:03:18 PM »
That produced some scary results.  A very useful website that I have never heard of.

DNS / Problem viewing site
« on: July 02, 2015, 01:12:38 PM »
I have been pulling my hair out trying to get my site visible.

I have 2 droplets on DO.  One is running ECHPforce and the other is CWP.

EHCP is running fine and all sites visible.  CWP is running fine but no sites visible.

Domain name pings to proper ip on the CWP droplet.  So I know its not a DNS issue.

If I type the ip address I get the default Centos index.html page.  Here is the really strange thing.  In my public_html directory, there is no centos index.html page.  I renamed it, and the default centos page still persists.  I have done the usual shift refresh and that centos page keeps coming back.

And if I type in the FQDN I get internal server error.  What is going on?  I have installed over and over again and always the same end result.  Is it a problem with latest release because a few days ago an install did work properly.  I have not done any tweaking. this is out of the box not working.

Apache / Re: How to setup Website on the IP address
« on: July 01, 2015, 12:49:49 PM »
So last night my addon domain /www/myusername/public_html/ was resolving fine.

Then I uploaded my main domain files directly into the public_html directory.  And of course, I updated my nameservers with registrar last night for my main domain to point to digitalocean.  And I added another dns record for my main domain at the digitocean control panel.  Now none of my domains are resolving on that droplet.

Any ideas what I did wrong?

CentOS-WebPanel Bugs / Re: Error while crating new account
« on: June 23, 2015, 10:42:41 PM »
This problem appears on the CWP demo also.  Mine too.

Migration from other control panels / Migration from cpanel
« on: June 22, 2015, 02:33:18 PM »
Migration is not going well and theres not a lot of documentation out there, especially, no video.

I'm not clear on the exact procedure.  Here's what I did.

Full website Backup in cpanel at current host.
Downloaded to my desktop, changed filename to cpmove-scanmyid.tar.gz
Uploaded to home folder with file name cpmove-scanmyid.tar.gz
Went to cpanel migration and selected cpmove-scanmyid.tar.gz and typed in scanmyid in the account username box

A new folder in home dirctory with name of backup-6-21-2015.  Inside that was a structure of:
  • homedir
  • -------public_html
  • ---------------------all of my files
No database files were constructed or users. And no user account was created for scanmyid even though at the end of the migration process I was asked to create new account from restore.

And now when I try to add a new user account I keep getting an error informing I cannot use capital letters even though I am not.

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