We recently setup a server and I will have to say the GUI web page is amazing!! However I have multiple websites that will at times require FTP for updates etc… where and how do set this up safely… do I just start creating random folders under /var/www and tell Apache??
I guess I have read some articles here…
However after following the directions have wound up as both sites being the same…
I would have figured that since most of this system is in a gui the web vhost would be in a gui environment too…
This is the steps that got me back up and working… Still dealing with an mysql database issue I will have to later try converting my mysql files down to the older version…
Next ssh into server through the lan network.
important to ifconfig and figure out which network adapter is the internet
look to see which ethernet is selected for outbound traffic.
Then adjust the following commands accordingly.
route add gatewayip dev eth1
route add default gw gatewayip eth1
Next yum install nano
Now we add the lines above to startup below everything else.
route add yourgatewayip dev eth1 <required for ovh if special ips assigned
route add default gw Yourgatewayip eth1 <required for ovh if special ips assigned
an example 10.10.10.254 <-gateway ip
Machine ip example 10.10.10.50
With OVH or So you start server you will need to to find the ip of the host machine… Typically the gateway will be the .254 of your ip if your with ovh.
Run yum update
Login into the pannel from the webside
Go to software center and install the packages…
To fix phpmyadmin-multi
run the following commands via ssh in a terminal.
yum install --enablerepo=nethforge nethserver-phpmyadmin
config show phpmyadmin
https://yourdomain/phpmyadmin-multi <— This works
if adminacces is enabled and multiaccess is enabled
config setprop phpmyadmin multiaccess enabled
config setprop phpmyadmin access public