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Old 07-21-2011, 12:56 PM   #1
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Smile Debian - Your server does not appear to be handling sessions properly.

Hello all. I am stuck with a few issues, after installing Debian 6 on a server. When I try to install a software called ActiveCampaign, I get the following error ... "Your server does not appear to be handling sessions properly."

I have install Apache, PHP, MySql and Perl already. Also, after the server restarts, I Webmin will not automatically start, even thou it is setup in the Webmin configuration to start with the server. I have to use /etc/init.d/webmin start from a command line after I su.

My last question is about ftp permissions. I have install proftpd and it seems to be working fine, but when I try to edit any file or upload, I can not. In order to upload and manipulate files, I am using WinSCP under root, wich is a big NO NO.

Sorry for the three questions, but I figured I would ask all in one post, instead of creating multiple, since I already have your attention.

My priority is to fix the sessions issue, your help will be greatly appreciated it. Thanks
Old 07-22-2011, 09:51 PM   #2
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Is the server otherwise serving?

My gut reaction is that the "sessions" question is better addressed to the activecampaign folks, at least to find out what exactly it means, since that appears to be proprietary software.
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