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From Hasanuddin Tamir <has...@trabas.com>
Subject Re: mod_userdir and multiple domains problem
Date Sat, 01 Dec 2001 05:40:09 GMT
On Fri, 30 Nov 2001, Lewis Watson <lists@visionsix.com> wrote,

> Hello everyone. I am currently using apache 1.3.20 on a linux machine with
> several ip based virtual domains. I have mod_userdir on and successfully
> running in the users public_html folder that on the web comes out as
> www.domain.com/~username/. This is what I want it to do except I only need
> it on one domain and currently it is working on all domains that the server
> is hosting. How can I limit the user directories to just one domain? I have
> checked the doc's but seem to be empty handed on this.  Thanks for your
> time.

You have to separte that domain from the other so only one domain that
has ~username capability.  1. Have a dedicate daemon (another apache)
serves the domain, or, 2. Use the same apache but different httpd.conf.


hth
san
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Trabas - http://www.trabas.com



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