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I would like to setup https://github.com/NamelessMC/Nameless version 1.0.21 on my DreamHost web hosting. I tried following this guide, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3u8RThdflY. However, when I use SFTP to login, the only directories I see are Maildir, logs and <mydomain>.com. Inside <mydomain>.com is just favicon.ico and favicon.gif. No public_html or anything.

In the guide he drags the NamelessMC folder into public_html and sets the htaccess to

  Options +FollowSymLinks -Indexes
  RewriteEngine On

  RewriteCond %{SCRIPT_FILENAME} !-d
  RewriteCond %{SCRIPT_FILENAME} !-f

  RewriteRule ^.*$ ./index.php

Can someone help me figure out how I can get this working on my site, please.

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The <mydomain>.com folder is your web root.

The public_html name has become the common name a lot of shared hosts use as their web root directory. I would assume this stems mainly from cPanel calling the web root directories public_html but in reality it is just the set directory that the web server is configured to use as its web root. It doesn't actually need to be named public_html.


Dreamhost says the following:

I fully-hosted my domain. Where is the public_html?

When adding hosting to fully host your domain, you are prompted to enter a web directory. This directory is where you place the content on your web server. Drop in your index file in the web directory so it displays when you visit your page. This web directory is the same as your "public_html" folder.

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