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Ok guys, I'm in a mess.

Check my lighttpd.conf here,

I've got no idea really, I've read as much up and tried as many tutorials as I possibly can. But this is above my skill level. Someone help me re-write my mess to accommodate my two domains I wish to host :)

Thanks a HUGE amount guys. Honestly.

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So let me get this straight... you don't have an actual question? You just want us to rewrite your lighttpd config? – Charles Hooper Oct 6 '09 at 3:23
Don't expect others to do your homework... – PEra Oct 6 '09 at 7:13
Not really re-write, my question is obviously worded wrong, but I just am unsure as to where I am going wrong. The answer below actually is what I was looking for. – James Oct 6 '09 at 12:19
Then you should accept the answer to indicate that this question has been answered. :) – sybreon Oct 6 '09 at 13:13
pastebin question is gone. – ttvd Nov 30 '09 at 2:40
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From the configuration, mod_simple_vhost is not enabled. Just enable that and you will be able to host as many domains/sub-domains as you want. It merely splits those up into individual directories.

You should refer to the lighttpd wiki for more configuration information.

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