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Symbolic Link of the private_html folder for https

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by onegroup, Mar 23, 2006.

  1. onegroup

    onegroup Registered

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    Please be excused for my stupid question as I have just migrated from another CP - Direct Admin.

    I have installed the SSL here:

    http://tokyo-airsoft-gun.com/

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    When I am using Direct Admin in the past, there is a private_html folder in the same location of the public_html which I need to setup a symbolic link. However, I cannot find any private_html with my current cpanel setup???

    So where is the folder to hold the HTTPS?

    /ssl/private

    or

    /public_html/_private


    I have tried the following syntax over SSH, but failed:

    [~]# cd /home/username

    [/home/username]# ln -s ./public_html ./ssl/private

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    or in fact, there is no such step to setup a Symbolic Link with cPanel?

    Sincere thanks for anyone who could help to dim some lights to me :eek:
     
    #1 onegroup, Mar 23, 2006
    Last edited: Mar 23, 2006
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    It uses the same files, public_html, and just calls for them through https instead.
     
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