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Tony

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  1. Hello, I am a former and long-time WAMP user and decided to use uni this time around for my environment. First off, I would just like to say so far I like it... I have spent some time setting things up how I want them and I am almost there. I had a few problems off the bat because the docs are outdated mostly but I got'er goin. I hate using the default "root" user for mysql so I changed that and had to edit quite a bit. I miss my WAMP clickable php mod's but noticed uni is pretty much setup with what you need by default. Which is nice. Currently, I am trying to merge ALL the log files to one directory and so far I have my apache and vhost where I want them. But I want to make sure I have the proper values for the rest. Here is what I changed.. uni/main/includes/config.inc.php define("USF_APACHE_ERROR_LOG", US_BASE_F."/logs/apache.log"); // Apache error log define("USF_APACHE_ACCESS_LOG", US_BASE_F."/logs/access.log"); define("USF_MYSQL_ERROR_LOG", US_BASE_F."/logs/mysql.err"); //MySQLerror log define("USF_CRON_LOG", US_BASE_F."/logs/cron.log"); // Cron log file define("USF_DTDNS_LOG", US_BASE_F."/logs/dtdns.log"); // DtDNS log file define("USF_DB_LOG", US_BASE_F."/logs/db_backup_log.txt"); // Data base log file define("USF_MSMTP_LOG", US_BASE_F."/logs/msmtp.log"); // MSMTP log Now I haven't tested yet, but I do know that my.err is not being created in my /logs folder. I do believe I have to set that one up. I briefly looked over the script for cron and noticed it uses the uni variables for path so I figured it would get created there thus leading me to post this. Would be nice to have feedback on how to change these all properly. Thanks!
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