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Create user in DirectAdmin

This article will guide you on how we can create a #user in DirectAdmin and fix errors related to it. DirectAdmin provides an easy way to create a user as a reseller. And the errors during its creation are mainly due to home directory unavailability or improper permissions or due to the disk being full. 

#DirectAdmin can be accessed at http://server.ip.address:2222. 

Use the Admin username/password from the output information provided by setup.sh (the same information is specified in the /usr/local/directadmin/scripts/setup.

To install Direct Admin:

1. Set a main #domain name. By default, no web #site is associated with your server.

2. Create nameservers (optional) Add at least one additional IP address to your sever.

3. Set your e-mail address in the control panel.

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DirectAdmin Skin or Interface Issues

This article will guide you on different methods to fix #DirectAdmin #skin or #interface issues.
To fix DirectAdmin Skin or Interface Issues:
What if the DirectAdmin skin is corrupted? How to fix DirectAdmin Skin or Interface Issues? Here are some steps you can try.
1. Reinstall skin.
cd /usr/local/directadmin/data/skins/
./packskins.sh
2. Recompile PHP using the following commands.
cd /usr/local/directadmin/custombuild
./build update
./build clean
./build php d
These steps will fix almost every issues with DirectAdmin skin.

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Webmail timeout issue in DirectAdmin


This article will guide you on how to resolve #timeout #error in #webmail in #DirectAdmin. Generally, webmail timeout issue can occur if the timeout value is exceeded.
The term timeout or time-out has several meanings, including: A network parameter related to an enforced event designed to occur at the conclusion of a predetermined elapsed time.
To fix Webmail timeout error in DirectAdmin:
Modify the config file "/var/www/html/webmail/inc/config.php" or in /var/www/html/webmail/inc/config.security.php
and set
Code:
# Session timeout for inactivity
#
$idle_timeout = 10; //minutes
to whatever value you need.

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