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Using Virtual Domains with WordPress and Cherokee Web Server

I'm trying to configure domain mapping for WordPress with Cherokee and I came across a WordPress Plugin called "WordPress MU Domain Mapping".


Question: is the plugin absolutely necessary to for domain mapping from the web server to WordPress?

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marked as duplicate by Michael Hampton, Ladadadada, Magellan, Brent Pabst, EEAA Oct 27 '12 at 2:49

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I have found the solution. There is absolutely no need to use this plugin. (I will provide the answer within a few hours.) – ikevin8me Oct 24 '12 at 18:16
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I answered it here: Using Virtual Domains with WordPress and Cherokee Web Server

Yes, the "WordPress MU Domain Mapping" is completely redundant - it is not necessary to use this plug to get domain mapping working.

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