[RESOLVED] Customized Auto Index per cPanel User

Discussion in 'General' started by AndrewT, Mar 15, 2010.

  1. AndrewT

    AndrewT Well-Known Member

    First let me say that it would be nice to have support for Apache's mod_autoindex directives. While the LS method of using a PHP script is more customizable, it is just too complicated for some users.

    Having said that, I'm not having any luck getting a custom auto index script to work on individual cPanel user accounts. It is enabled and the URI is set to /_lsautoindex/default.php but the script on the user account is not being used. I must be missing something obvious.
    Last edited by a moderator: Mar 17, 2010
  2. NiteWave

    NiteWave Administrator

    should be /_autoindex/default.php not /_lsautoindex/default.php

    any error message ?
  3. AndrewT

    AndrewT Well-Known Member

    Why would it have to be /_autoindex/default.php? Seems like the point of setting the URI is so that you can set it to whatever you like. Regardless, I already tried this as well with no luck. There are no errors, the default auto index script for the server is simply used.
  4. AndrewT

    AndrewT Well-Known Member

    After some more testing I've figured it out. An alias is still required to force it to use the local account's script.
  5. NiteWave

    NiteWave Administrator

    something like:

    alias /_autoindex/default.php /home/domain1/myindex.php
    in httpd.conf, vhost section? so every vhost can have its own customized autoindex page or disable it. Looks like a nice trick worthing to recommend. Thanks
    Last edited: Mar 17, 2010

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