I don't really see the need for that!!!!... MS Frontpage has already
that... It's called frontpage global administration...
ssh to your server and:
check at the end of your httpd.conf, and you will seee if you have it!...
if not, as root, you can do something like:
/path-to/fpadmin -o setadminport -p port -s \
/path-to/httpd.conf -u user -p password
(of course /path-to is the path to fpadmin or to httpd.conf, user is the
user you want to have access to the global administration and password is
the password, and port the port you want apache to use for the global
admin... something like 2000 would work!... be sure that your firewall
will allow for the use of the port and that the port is not used for
once you setup this, you can use your browser (works best with IE :( going
and login with the user/pass...
you will see a list of all of your virtual domains, and an easy way to add
FP extensions or to administer those that already have it.
not sure how this could be done to use https (ie: use SSL), if you are not
using SSL in the server you could use the same port that you defined for
SSL, no idea if you can have SSL in more than one port!
On Sun, 20 Nov 2005, cojast wrote:
> Don=92t know if there already is a module for this but what about having =
> Frontpage Server Extensions module in webmin. So you can add and delete
> these extensions to the websites you are hosting.
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