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Any help would be much appreciated

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by xerive, May 5, 2006.

  1. xerive

    xerive Member

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    Hi,

    I hope I can describe this problem.

    I use an automatic program which logs into domain via an ftp account and then automatically creates folders and files all within the public_html location on your ftp account.

    Now this works fine on another account that I have so their is no problem with the software.

    Unfortunately that is on a reseller account, I have since gained a vps and to be honest I am pretty new to configuring new servers. I have done all the usual create package, account, I can log into the ftp account etc.

    The problem is the software can access the ftp account but it does not write to the account and I am lost!!!!! to say the least.

    I don't know if I have to change some settings in the main server etc but this problem is really grinding me up at the moment and any help would be gratefully recieved.

    If anyone can help and needs more info then I will be more then happy to give it.

    thanks

    Darren
     
  2. xerive

    xerive Member

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    I have now found this is down to no ssl support on the domain.

    I have the cert / key etc and have installed the ssl support but I still get this error in my error log:

    Fri May 5 21:31:52 2006] [error] PHP Warning: fsockopen(): no SSL support in this build in /home/xerive99/public_html/log1/resource.php

    Any help much appreciated.
     
  3. webignition

    webignition Well-Known Member

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    In what way have you "installed the ssl support"?

    You'd most likely need to recompile PHP with OpenSSL support:

    WHM > Software > Update Apache > Load Previous Config > Check "Openssl Support"

    Make sure that you also check "Skip Apache Build if up to date" to make things a bit swifter.
     
  4. xerive

    xerive Member

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    spot on

    Yep spot on, no openssl support on the apache build.

    Funnily enough my "tech support" had me trying all sorts of things so I now feel as though my "tech support" is a first year student who is studying performing arts!!!!!!!!

    Thanks:) :)
     
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    webignition Well-Known Member

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    Excellent - nice to see that your issue is resolved.
     
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