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From Richard <lists-apa...@listmail.innovate.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Unable to set up virtual hosts on Mac
Date Mon, 21 Mar 2016 16:57:11 GMT


> Date: Monday, March 21, 2016 17:36:59 +0100
> From: Roparzh Hemon <roparzhhemon@gmail.com>
>
>   As of now, when I put http://www.hhhstrawhhhberry.com/ into my
> browser, I get the famous "It works!" message. But I don't get the
> index.html file I put in
> Documents/Sites/www.hhhstrawhhhberry.com.
> 
> Even if I type http://www.hhhstrawhhhberry.com/index.html instead.
> What should I do to fix this ?
> 

You should look at your access and error logs to see what is being
served, and from where. Compare that against what you have as the
DocumentRoot value you set for your "hhhstrawhhhberry.com" virtual
host, which should be a filesystem path to your desired content.


> 
>> [please don't top post.]
> 
>   Not sure what "top posting" is, but I noticed I had inadvertently
> included copies of the whole preceding discussion in my posts. Sorry
> for the inconvenience, won't happen again
> 

It is generally desirable to put your responses either interlined or
at the bottom (bottom, rather than top, post). Or at least, put your
responses consistent with the way the previous responder(s) put their
posts. Just don't mix the response directions. By the way, it's good
to maintain the identity of responders so that people can see who
said what.


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