Curious Too

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Can someone confirm whether or not FrontPage Subwebs actually work on CPanel servers? When my users try to create FrontPage Subwebs the following error messages appear:

End User Error Message: Server Error: FrontPage Security Violation

Server Error Log: FrontPage SUID Error: target program violation


Is there a fix for this?
 

Julie

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This became a problem on both of our machines in the last week or two. Subwebs that previously worked, are now reporting Server Error: FrontPage Security Violation

Is this possibly related to SuEXEC?

Anyone know of a fix?
 
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bdraco

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[quote:ab2f61e4c8][i:ab2f61e4c8]Originally posted by Curious Too[/i:ab2f61e4c8]

Can someone confirm whether or not FrontPage Subwebs actually work on CPanel servers? When my users try to create FrontPage Subwebs the following error messages appear:

End User Error Message: Server Error: FrontPage Security Violation

Server Error Log: FrontPage SUID Error: target program violation


Is there a fix for this?

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That error means someone tried to run a non-frontpage binary ... this could be a bug in frontpage... I might be able to work around the problem if I can work with someone who has Fp and subwebs as well as root access to their server.
 
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bdraco

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[quote:456aa7f0ae][i:456aa7f0ae]Originally posted by shaun[/i:456aa7f0ae]

nick, i'm here for you Give me a im i'll give you logins :)[/quote:456aa7f0ae]

I actually managed to track it down ..its a bug in fpexe (the frontpage wrapper) ..
the way its written it pretty much ensures that frontpage subwebs will not work on a un*x platform.
 

shaun

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hmm so does this mean Were SOL on this. I'm moving a account from one of our old old old servers from CI Host back from when we were a reseller for them. Subwebs work on their unix machines... Do you want access to check theirs out (They are also probably using one of the first FP extentions ever created also, lol) let me know if theirs anything i can do to help.
 
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bdraco

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[quote:af10e2b650][i:af10e2b650]Originally posted by shaun[/i:af10e2b650]

hmm so does this mean Were SOL on this. I'm moving a account from one of our old old old servers from CI Host back from when we were a reseller for them. Subwebs work on their unix machines... Do you want access to check theirs out (They are also probably using one of the first FP extentions ever created also, lol) let me know if theirs anything i can do to help.
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Just means I have to patch up fpexe some more .. :)
 
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bdraco

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[quote:0995b28367][i:0995b28367]Originally posted by shaun[/i:0995b28367]

Thats good to hear, If you could post when it's fixed in here i'd appriciate it. Thanks nick :)[/quote:0995b28367]

rsync -av rsync://rsync.cpanel.net/scripts /scripts
/scripts/initfpsuexec


I'm not sure if its broken with suexec not enabled. This will fix it with suexec. If someone has the problem and they are not using suexec, Please let me know so I can make a patch for that as well.
 

ehpserver

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The folder 'http://2medmedical.com/' isn't accessible. The folder may be located in an unavailable location, protected with a password, or the filename contails a / or \


Tried both the below given commands, but above problem not resolved.

rsync -av rsync://rsync.cpanel.net/scripts /scripts
/scripts/initfpsuexec

Any help will be appreciated.