OK, the title may be a bit confuse.
I have a TrueCrypt container that gets mounted as a new drive X: on my Windows machine. Now I want my local testing Apache to deliver files from there via
<VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot "X:/htdocs" ServerName x.localhost <Directory "X:/htdocs"> Order allow,deny Allow from all </Directory> </VirtualHost>
So far so good. When the TrueCrypt container is mounted, all is well. My problem starts when there is no drive 'X:' (which is unfortunately the regular case). Then, Apache refuses to start because it complains about missing folders for DocumentRoot and the
Is there a possibility to have some savvy switch implemented so that Apache does start even if no drive X: is present?