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From "Vincent Bray" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Disabling VirtualHosts
Date Sat, 10 Mar 2007 08:03:28 GMT
On 10/03/07, Kyle <> wrote:
> Initially when I installed Linux on my computer I didn't have a
> pressing need to use the apache server, so I allowed it to default on
> the install. For some unknown reasion, the installer set up Apache with
> VirtualHosts enabled. Now I'm trying to set up a web site and I'm
> having problems, namely I'm trying to disable the use of VirtualHosts
> as I don't need them--there will be only one site hosted here. I've
> edited the conf file, commenting out the line:
> #Include /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/[^.#]*
> However now my web browser is returning a 'File Does Not Exist' error,
> even though there's an index.html file in place. There's something that
> I'm missing, I'm sure of that, but the files on the apache site are
> remarkably unhelpful when it comes to turning OFF VHs, all the docs
> I've found are about turing them on. Same for the web searches I've
> done.

There's really no reason to 'turn them off'. Just use the default
vhost as provided by your debian installation. May I ask why you wish
to not use a vhost?

Otherwise, check your error log for the path to the file apache couldn't find.


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