Problem recreating Virtual Hosts settings from Windows to BSD
From: william nova (william_nova_at_hotmail.com)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Mon, 23 Jun 2003 02:19:49 -0400
I was using Apache 2 on Windows 2003 server.
I had 2 virtual hosts running, using no-ip for DNS resolution along with a
NO-IP referral entry for each (since my ISP blocks port 80)
The virtual hosts config portion of httpd.conf looked like:
DocumentRoot "C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Apache2\htdocs\site1"
DocumentRoot "C:\Program Files\Apache Group\Apache2\htdocs\site2"
Very simple. And it worked.
Now I'm using Apache 1.3.27_4 on FreeBSD 4.8
I am trying to recreate the
same exact configuration on my new box. It just won't work, even though
the config is identical, barring the path to the files.
When I put the name for site2 into any browser, I get site1's index.html
page. I have gone thru the Apache docs for the current version I am using,
but nothing seems to be helping. It's allmost as though the settings for
site2 are not even being looked at. I know that httpd itself is working,
cos I am being served pages from DocumentRoot; and I know the DNS is
working; does anybody have any suggestions as to what could be causing only
my virtual hosts to not work on this particular configuration of Apache and
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