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From Nat Colley <nat.col...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] WAMP stack
Date Wed, 30 May 2007 12:03:38 GMT
Thank you for responding. There does not appear to be any such file on apache.org. Did you
mean apacheconf, which appears to be a separate website selling a gui for apache? Forgive
me if I am being too literal, but I don't know what is slang and what is specifcally required.
If you tell me where to look I will gladly go there. Thx. 

morgan gangwere <0.fractalus@gmail.com> wrote: -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
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Nat Colley wrote:
>   I got a wamp stack from a developer, and I have not been able to make vhosts work.
While recognizing it is entirely possible I did something wrong, I notice that in this configuration
he has changed the files the web is served content from htdocs to something else, and further
aliased that to yet another directory where the applications are. So mydomain1 and mydomain2
both go to the same page, and mydomain1/app2 comes up even though app2 is supposed to be the
content for mydomain2. I asked about this and he is being unusually slow about responding.
So here is my question: Can this webserver configuration, by itself, keep vhosts from working?
Thx. 
read the docs on apache.org under the apache.conf helpers - you should
be able to find what you need (did you already do this? if so, pardon my
ignorance)

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Just a Thought
Morgan Gangwere

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