[Techtalk] problems configuring apache virtual hosts
david at lupercalia.net
Tue Nov 13 19:56:33 EST 2001
On Tue, Nov 13, 2001 at 06:41:43PM -0500, Amanda C. Clift wrote:
> cool, thanks!
> I don't have access to the DNS stuff, sucks being a peon sometimes.
> At least I know I did it right!
That's a bit premature. You *still* might have it wrong since it
hasn't been tested yet. :-(
Sorry to rain on your parade.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Merrill [mailto:david at lupercalia.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2001 6:24 PM
> To: techtalk at linuxchix.org
> Subject: Re: [Techtalk] problems configuring apache virtual hosts
> On Tue, Nov 13, 2001 at 06:11:04PM -0500, Amanda C. Clift wrote:
> > Okay, Im getting more used to this everyday, thanks to everyone's
> > However, I'm now trying to configure virtual hosts, and I'm having a
> > of a problem.
> > I'm using linuxconf in a shell to configure it,and it looks like its
> > doing it right..However, when i try to see my virtual hosts, it can't
> > find them.
> > *note for some reason the other guy's Pc has a nice gui for his apache
> > setup.. mine doesnt..*
> > I tried looking on Apache's site for how to configure it, but it was
> > highly confusing. When it asks for a virtual host name, I'm giving
> > IP I want it to look for, and then it'll ask for the server name,and
> > I'll just put something Imade up, like cheese.org or something.. If I
> > use the IP, I get to it, (it gives me a forbidden error though, which
> > wil be my next thing to check into), but if I use the www.cheese.tld
> > that I hvave set up, it says Unknown Host... anyone able to help me
> > with this? Is it just because I used a bogus ending, like tld?
> You just don't have the hostname set up in your DNS. Apache now knows
> its hostname, but the rest of the network doesn't. Go on to your DNS
> configuration. Are you running your own DNS or are you using another
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