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Why does moving accounts always screw them up?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by xion, Jan 22, 2004.

  1. xion

    xion Active Member

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    Why does it never work correctly? I always get an Access Denied error because the script doesn't chmod 755 the public_html directory on the new server. Can we please fix this.

    Also, any dns entries which are not subdomains or default ones, get wiped. This is also not very good.
     
  2. vijaykiran

    vijaykiran Well-Known Member

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    The default skeleton for all the accounts are under /root/cpanel-skel/ directory.
    Just create an index.html under the /root/cpanel-skel/public_html directory and it should not give Acces denied error ..


    Hope this helps ..
     
  3. xion

    xion Active Member

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    Vijay, I don't think thats the problem. All the users files get moved over, and their index page is there. But public_html ends up wtih 700 permissions, not 755 as it should correctly have. So users get an Access Denied error.
     
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