changing the default ~username public_html link back to old default

Version 1.322

Bugfix
Finished

Due to confusion relating to this recent change: http://www.directadmin.com/features.php?id=855 We are going to be changing the default setting for the: old_public_html_link=1 to the value of 1. The option is still gonig to be present if you like this feature, if you don't override it you will have the previous linked method for the /home/username/public_html links. The directory method, although more logical, caused confusion due to the name of the public_html directory, which implies "place for your files" which only applied when accessing http://1.2.3.4/~username. Users were confused when the places their files into this folder and couldn't see their files when accessing their domain (which would have been http://1.2.3.4/~username/domain.com). If you anticipate that you will want to use this feature with the directory method (~username/domain.com) then add the old_public_html_link=1 value to your directadmin.conf now, so you won't see any changes when you update to this version of DA. New function to reset all public_html link to whatever your old_public_html_link value is set to. For all users: echo "action=rewrite&value=links" >> /usr/local/directadmin/data/task.queue For one specific user (eg: bob): echo "action=rewrite&value=links&user=bob" >> /usr/local/directadmin/data/task.queue

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