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We bought Ubuntu dedicated Server, I can't figure out where is my magento installed in our Ubuntu server. I am poor in CLI, Please help.

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It's probably somewhere under /var/www, you can use this find command to look for Mage.php in all subdirectory's under /var/www

find /var/www -type f -name "Mage.php"

The apache configuration files will give you information on it's location, (if it runs Apache ofcourse). They can usually be found under /etc/apache2/sites-enabled and have a line something like this:

<Directory "/var/www/magento">

But, you could practically install magento anywhere you want if you configure it correctly. You can use above find command and and change the directory to for example /home in case it's installed in one of the users home directory.

I'm not sure if it's a smart move to go with a dedicated Ubuntu server if you're not known with it. Who's maintaining it? You should direct these questions to this person as it's server specific.

  • You rock, it was there. – VL Thlan Jan 30 '17 at 5:32
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In command line, you have to write 'ls' and found where it is. I think it's a better way to ask the directory name installed to web hosting company.

Otherwise, you can access easily by using FTP in window server. Thanks.

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Make a info.php file on root of Magento instal directory and add

<?php phpinfo(); ?>

Access the file in browser and you should see the full path in the output.

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