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From Print <printmo...@rogers.com>
Subject Re: Virtual host on Mac?
Date Wed, 13 Mar 2002 02:16:47 GMT
If doing this thru Apache do I add the second domain name to the httpd.conf
file, if so its invisible on my mac, and I don't know how to use the
terminal yet?

> As Bill mentioned, you can just use Apache if you want to add another host
> name that points to the same IP address. If you want to add another IP
> address to your machine, just use the regular network settings panel. The
> "Show" menu defaults to ethernet (depending on your setup), just select
> "Active Ports" from the menu. Then it will show all your network ports
> (modem, ethernet, etc). Click on the "New" button and configure it
> accordingly.
> It's very easy. You can easily assign 4 IP addresses to one ethernet card
> and 3 to another or whatever. A heck of a lot easier than OS 8 or 9 and
> their IP Secondary Addresses files, which was kind of obscure.
> 
>> Does anyone know how to setup a second
>> virtual host on a Mac using OS x.+Apache?
>> The first one runs great and sits in my webserver
>> folder as index.html. how can I put another folder
>> that contains another index.html page.
>> 
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