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I'm working on getting a Wordpress MU install running on my VPS. I enabled the 'simple-vhost' mod and can access the site fine.

The problem is I can only get to it from If I try I get shown the lighthttpd page? I'd like to get everything pointing to one place.

My DNS records look like this:

*.domain.ORG xx.xx.xx domain.ORG 300 A 
domain.ORG xx.xx.xx domain.ORG 300 A 
WWW.domain.ORG domain.ORG domain.ORG 300 CNAME 
domain.ORG domain.ORG domain.ORG 300 MX

What is happening?


Edit: lighttpd.conf here:

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posting your lighttpd.conf would be helpful – Iraklis Jun 17 '10 at 8:49

Your DNS config seems fine - however the is superfluous as * already does the same thing.

You need to configure your existing virtual host for to respond to requests for If you want it to respond to requests to *, you'll need to edit the virtual host file (located under /etc/lighttpd/conf-enabled on Debian) to something like that :

$HTTP["host"] == "(^|.*\.|\.)domain\.com$" {
   server.document-root = "/var/www"
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