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From InHisGrip <servie_pla...@yahoo.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Virtual Hosts and Index..htm
Date Wed, 11 Aug 2004 13:03:33 GMT
Hi Owen,

Thanks for the reply.

Since I am new to apache, I am still weaving my way
through.

> Nothing to do with symbolic links at all... That is
> a red herring.
> 
> In the meantime, you could check the content of the
> index.html files.
> Are you sure that the two files are different and
> that any hrefs in the
> files point to distinct URLs? If, for example, you
> copied one file from
> the other and then edited the text, you might've
> forgotten to change the
> link paths...
> 
> Regarding the use of symlinks: Why do you feel you
> need these at all? If
> you simply name your index file "index.html" then
> that is the default
> and a request for http://www.mysite.com/ will
> automatically land there. 
> 

If I don't utilize sym links, will the request  land
automatically to both my-site1 and my-site2 without a
problem? 

Thanks in advance. Also, thanks to Eimantas and
Aleksas on their inputs as well.

InHisGrip,
Servie


	
		
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