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    Symlinks

    I did this
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    ln -s /usr/local/psa/home/vhosts/domain.com/httpdocs /usr/local/psa/home/vhosts/domain.com/httpsdocs
    It placed the symlink, however when I click on it, it doesn't take me to the httpdocs directory. Anyone know why?

  2. #2
    You have done it wrong if I'm correct.

    Suppose you want a symlink in the directory
    /home/admin/web to /var/log/admin/

    then do the folowing:

    ln -s /home/admin/web/sym_link_name /var/log/admin/

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    For some reason it is not working.

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    this is a real daft question, but your dir ends in domain.com/httpdocs ???

    - if this is a server docs dir have you made sure symlinks is enabled if it needs to be and that overrides etc are appropriately set to allow it to be enabled for the v server in question? just a guess, probibly wrong.

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    Originally posted by Gadgy
    this is a real daft question, but your dir ends in domain.com/httpdocs ???

    - if this is a server docs dir have you made sure symlinks is enabled if it needs to be and that overrides etc are appropriately set to allow it to be enabled for the v server in question? just a guess, probibly wrong.
    I use plesk. Plesk keeps a directory sturcute this way:

    Domain
    > httpdcos
    > httpsdocs
    > cgi-bin
    > etc...
    Symlinks are enabled because it is putting in the shortcut, but the shortcut doesn't work.

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    Ah, I see, not familiar with Plesk. I normaly am using Webmin. Sorry.

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