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  1. Thanks. I tried setting permissions to 444 using my Transmit FTP client last night but it wouldn't take. I was assuming it was trying to prevent me from removing all write permissions.
  2. Unfortunately the decision to run the php scripts as me causes osCommerce to display the error: Warning: I am able to write to the configuration file: /home/twowheel/public_html/includes/configure.php. This is a potential security risk - please set the right user permissions on this file. This is disturbing my customers. Is it possible to go back to "nobody" or can I create a separate user for running php webapps? Thanks, Bruce
  3. I also need pdo_mysql installed. According to the link you provided, it is NOT installed. How do we get installed? Thanks, Bruce
  4. Okay. I think I fixed it. The problem is that the not operator (^) can't have a space after it. Corrected .htaccess >RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} =443 RewriteRule ^https://tchdomain.ext%{REQUEST_URI} [R,L] RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} !=443 RewriteRule ^http://tchdomain.ext%{REQUEST_URI} [R,L]
  5. Andy, I tried your code but I get a "redirect limit exceded" error. This is what I currently have in .htaccess. I commented out the https stuff as part of my testing. Any ideas? Bruce >RewriteEngine On ###RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} =443 ###RewriteRule ^ https://2wheelhobbies.com%{REQUEST_URI} [R,L] RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} !=443 RewriteRule ^ http://2wheelhobbies.com%{REQUEST_URI} [R,L]
  6. Thanks Andy. I will give this a try when your techs figure out how to install my SSL cert. Bruce
  7. I don't everything redirected to https. What would be nice is if I could just force ***** to http://**** and https://www.**** to https://****. I am implementing an osCommerce store and just need https for the account and checkout functions. Thanks, Bruce
  8. If I get an SSL cert for basedomain.com do I also need one if I want to use www.basedomain.com too? Thanks, Bruce
  9. A few weeks ago (don't exactly know when) the POP mailbox authentication started rejecting the passwords on the domains embodiment.org and stonecrestkennel.com. Can someone look into this? Thanks, Bruce
  10. I will try changing it from dn3/dn4 to ns1/ns2 and see how that goes. For the record, you guys have a strange DNS setup. Bruce
  11. I just checked and they are set to dns3 and dns4 on the "domain name registration side". But in the "Edit DNS Zone" of my reseller control panel it shows ns1 and ns2. Seems strange that I have the option of changing name servers in 2 different places and they show different values. So which one is correct? Bruce
  12. I recently purchased 4 domain names from you and parked all 4 on my site bruceshobbies.com. The domains in question are: rcbikeshop.com, rcbikestore.com, rcmotoshop.com, and rcmotostore.com. Looking at the DNS records they appear to be in your ns1 and ns2 name servers. The issue I am having is that they don't appear to be propagating to other servers correctly. Looking at the dnsstuff.com lookup results I get: I tried tis lookup several times and got similar results. The lookup appears to directed to dns3 and dns4 and NOT ns1 and ns2. Is this a mistake on your part or have I not waited long enough for the domains to propagate? Thanks, Bruce
  13. Thanks guys. I will try and get by with DirectoryIndex if I can't set DocumntRoot. Bruce
  14. Thanks for your quick responces. To clarify. I want to be able to change the directory location for the root context of my domain. An example: If I browse to http://****/ I am served pages from somewhere like /.../mydomain/public_html/mywebroot The Apache directive to do this for my virtual host would then be: DocumentRoot "/.../mydomain/public_html/mywebroot" Some of the reasons for doing this are: - Allow for website redesign without having to move every file to a new location. - Allow testing of an application in a subdirectory first. When test is complete, Change the DocumentRoot to the subdirectory. - Helps keep the public_html from being cluttered with many files. For example if I want my osCommerce catalog in the document root I will have a multitude of files in public_html. I would rather they be in a subdirectory called oscommerce. Thanks, Bruce
  15. How do I change the web root from public_html to somthing like public_html/mywebroot? Thanks, Bruce
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