This article will guide you on how to fix the #error, Unable to write user's httpd.conf in Directadmin which occurs when we try to add a #domain in #DirectAdmin.
The httpd. conf file is the main configuration file for the Apache web server. It's highly recommended to run Apache in standalone type for better performance and speed. ServerRoot "/etc/httpd" The option ServerRoot specifies the directory in which the configuration files of the Apache server lives.
Before you edit httpd.conf, you should first copy the original file to something like httpd.conf-old, for example.
By creating a #backup, you can recover potential mistakes made while editing the new configuration file.