It is possible to have incorrect permissions on InterWorx installation files. To resolve this run the command below. ~iworx/bin/cvspermsfix.pex This command does a full chmod/chown correction of the InterWorx install directory. This command should never be interrupted. Run time can very based on number of permissions that need to be verified.
InterWorx Control Panel uses the standard Apache configuration file, located in: /etc/httpd/httpd.conf This file controls some server wide variables, however this file may be overwritten during an update so if you edit it make sure to keep a backup copy for your reference. Each domain is controlled through a virtual host file located in: /etc/httpd/conf.d […]
First run a quota check: quotacheck -cugvmf -F vfsv0 / if your home directory is in your root partition. quotacheck -cugvmf -F vfsv0 /home if the /home directory is also a partition. quotacheck -cugvmf -F vfsv0 /chroot if you are set up for jailed shells and the /chroot directory is also a disk partition. Then […]
A SiteWorx account will have the language you specify on the SiteWorx account creation screen. Once logged in, the interface will be translated into that language. To change this default, as well as change the language on the login screen, do the following: You can modify the default language set for all new SiteWorx accounts […]
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