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I have a website on a shared server with a domain like

Its document root is by default "/www" folder.


I have a second site with a domain like

I checked multidomain on the hosting manager.

I put the website in a "/wwww" folder, to not mix the two websites.

I indicated the document root "/wwww" on the hosting manager.

But returns "500 Internal Server Error".


Any idea of why? I can't have several root for my several websites?

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You can ... as long as it is configured properly.

You have not included the main httpd.conf, so posters will be unable to effectively help you.

One question is that does and point to the same system; do they have different IP numbers; is your system configured to handle the two IP numbers?

There are really lots of questions here.

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I haven't httpd.conf, it's a shared hosting. – GG. Nov 25 '11 at 22:23
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The hosting support helped me, I had a problem with 2 .htaccess.

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