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Old 11-26-2005, 11:48 AM   #1
kuplo
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Couple questions.


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1. I can't seem to make vsftpd work properly, someone gave me a link, but most of what was on that page is not in my /etc/vsftpd.conf file, do I just add what I think I need at the end? All I want to do is to have a user login via ftp, and end up in their virtual domain root directory, i.e. /srv/www/htdocs/domain_name

2. Webalizer, I think I installed this from a webmin package (can't really be sure, updated it today through suse, anyway, I must have set it to put the reports in my /root/bin directory, and I want to change that so that I can read them when away from the linux box, so I want to change it to /srv/www/htdocs/hosting_domain_name/stats But I've looked in the webalilzer.conf file and Im just not seeing where it allows me to put the output.

2a. I would like webalizer to run for every virtual domain and leave reports in their stats directory so they can see the stats just for their site, is there a way of doing this, rememember here, so laymans terms on all questions are appreciated.

I notice a webalizer directory in the htdocs folder, maybe theres something in there, I just noticed it so I'll have to check it out, otherwise, can someone help me out on this, or give me an equal or better stats program for virtual hosts (i.e. easy to configure for each virtual host, low cost or free).

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