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From thomas Armstrong <tarmstr...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Apache: Avoiding users to access 'www.foo.com/subdomain1/'
Date Mon, 19 Sep 2016 18:41:11 GMT
Hi.

I have an Apache server, which main rootwebdir is '/usr/www/users/foo/' and
'foo.com' points there. However, I have some subdomains pointing within
their directories:

subdomain1.foo.com --->
/usr/www/users/foo/subdomain1subdomain2.foo.com --->
/usr/www/users/foo/subdomain2

This causes me a problem: if anyone types '
www.foo.com/subdomain1/aboutme.html', they find '
subdomain1.foo.com/aboutme.html' with another URL, and I'd like to avoid it.

I wondered if there was any way to avoid this (e.g., showing a 404 page),
by using a directive within the '.htaccess' file of
'/usr/www/users/foo/subdomain1'.

Any other solution is welcome. Thank you very much.

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