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Change root folder of domain in ISPConfig with NGINX

I have an ISPConfig server (Debian Wheezy) and I have 2 domains: www.abc.com and www.xyz.com. The first one (www.abc.com) works fine and the root folder is /var/www/abc.com/web/ (default ISPConfig ...
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Change nginx root on different requests

I am trying to configure nginx. If I enter http://localhost/dav it should use index.php script from configured root (c:/wt-nmp/www/app-dav/frontend/web) in location /dav directive. But when I debug ...
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Security of Apache DocumentRoot

I have a general question about security of Apache DocumentRoot, which comes from a statement I read when installing Galaxy, a bioinformatic web service and infrastructure. The statement says ...
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Apache2 reverseproxy - How to set a DocumentRoot on the server?

I've configured a reverseproxy with apache2. The reverseproxy configuration looks like this: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName someserver.com ProxyRequests Off ProxyPass / ...
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how can i access a directory from network in apache using httpd.conf [closed]

I want apache to access a location which is in network that means instead of specifying a DocumentRoot from withing the server(mine is centos) i want the apache to access a directory which is on ...
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Apache Adding DocumentRoot to URL when www not used - could be rewrite issue

When I visit www.mysite.com all is well. When I visit mysite.com (without the www) I get redirected to http://www.mysite.com/home/admin/domains/mysite.com/public_html which gives a 404 error. ...
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Apache doesn't start: syntax error…DocumentRoot must be a directory

I read all the previous answer but I couldn't fix my problem.. I'm changing the server where my website is hosted and I'm setting again apache.. Now, after installing php, fail2ban, etc i have that ...
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nginx displays wrong document roots (Virtualmin)

I recently set up Virtualmin on a clean Debian7-32bit VPS. I decided to go with nginx instead of Apache. Virtualmin sets up separate config files for each "virtual host", which I guess is fine. I ...
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set document root for external calls

I'm using mod_userdir to set my document root to /home/user/server/public_html/ I also setup a virtual host that will redirect for the ServerName domain.com to ...
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Apache Serving Wrong Document Root

I have installed SSL on a subdomain of my site. Everything works perfectly, except this strange behavior. If I point my browser at the following locations, these document roots are served: ...
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Set up instance of Drupal website on fresh Ubuntu server?

I am a brand new to Drupal...and web programming, for that matter. I have set up an Ubuntu 12.10 server, installed Apache, and installed Drupal 7.24 (all through bash...I am working from the server ...
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Apache Virtual host (SSL) Doc Root issue

I am having issues with the SSL document root of my vhosts configuration. Http sees to work fine and navigates to the root directory and publishes the page fine - DocumentRoot ...
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GlassFish docroot internationalization

At the moment, I am using Apache web server to redirect all HTTP request to port 8080 to be served by GlassFish app server. Just like Apache, GlassFish has a docroot folder to store static pages. ...
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DocumentRoot Directory Apache httpd

I want to make changes over my httpd.conf file of Apache running in Windows, but I want to know why need to use (or declare) the same root twice. DocumentRoot "C:/Apache/htdocs" <Directory /> ...
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Is there anything wrong with making your documentroot tmpfs, if you've got the ram to spare?

As the title says, it strikes me that if I have an old mason webapp which is basically a few hundred perl scripts and components on disk, would it not run quicker if I made the documentroot a tmpfs? ...
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Is there a DocumentRoot naming convention and why do some suggest /var/www/example.com over /var/www/example [closed]

As the title suggest, I was wondering if there is a technical reason behind naming a web application's documentroot with the domain name? From my limited experience, it seems that including the domain ...
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Why can't I change document root in apache without error?

I'm trying to change my document root in apache so I can start a new project and keep an old one available so I can reference the files. Whenever I try to change the document root, though, I get a 403 ...
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Nginx document root owner

I am setting up a django web app using Nginx + Gunicorn. I am using also an Amazon linux instance that is based on CentOS distro. Assuming that Nginx is running with a nginx user what's the best ...
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index.html is not read from the intended directory

I am trying to set up a virtual host on a Fedora 18 installation. This is on Rackspace. Following is my /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf (I deleted all the comment lines for brevity): ServerRoot ...
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Testing vhost config

I've been battling to get a vhost config working on an internal development server at work. I have found other vhost configs in the site-available directory. For some reason, I can't see why my new ...
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Apache - how do I create an exception for a vhost's VirtualDocumentRoot in httpd.conf?

I'm new to Apache, and I'm wondering if there's a way to configure VirtualDocumentRoot to create an exception for just one of my vhosts on my local server. Currently all of my sites are stored in ...
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Apache2 VirtualDocumentRoot wildcard subdomains with fallback

Configuring a local development linux box I'd like to have some sneaky Apache2 configuration which would do the following, when I request 'sub.domain.tld.local': 1.) Serve from: ...
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Apache, serving a subdomain from a different directory than webroot

I'm trying to serve two projects, separately, from a shared directory on an Ubuntu server via Apache. The directory of the whole kit and kaboodle looks something like: /project /api /app Now, ...
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setting up a vhost alias with a wildcard for domain and document root - doc root not parsed correctly

I only have a fuzzy idea of the correct terminology to use in this question so please feel free to help me by clarifying it. I have a vhost setup. The idea is that I want a wildcard to route all ...
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How to set PHP root directory?

I've a web server with CentOS and DirectAdmin. I found that php is allowed to ignore the virtual host DocumentRoot. For example the following code: <?php print_r(scandir('/')); ?> Result on a ...
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XAMPP pointing a file outside root folder [closed]

I am using XAMPP for first time in Mac. Running out problems accessing other than root folder(htdocs).when I am placing my web application inside htdocs with default httpd.conf file it works when I ...
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Default DocumentRoot directory redirects to a VirtualHost in Virtualmin [closed]

When I try to access DocumentRoot it redirects to one of my VirtualHosts, I can't see contents in /var/www/html. It's under Virtualmin 3.94 and I think someone else my problem here, but I can't find ...
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Combining DocumentRoot and proxypass in Apache Web server

I have an application running on tomcat and fronted with Apache. My server name is www.abc.com so in my vHost setting I have DocumentRoot /home/user/www.abc.com ServeName www.abc.com ProxyPass ...
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setting php.ini to use / for webroot?

New at this, so apologies if I'm not using the correct terminology, but... Locally, in my scripts, I can include scripts using: include('/include/sample.php'); And it will automatically traverse to ...
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Can a S3 mount be used as the document root for Apache?

Has anyone been successful in having their DocumentRoot reside on an S3 mount (using s3fs)? I currently have a mounted bucket at /mnt/s3. I can read and write files to it no problem. In my ...
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Cant start apache, says html folder not directory

When I attempt to start httpd: [root@cameronaziz www]# service httpd start Starting httpd: Syntax error on line 292 of /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf: DocumentRoot must be a directory ...
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nginx doesn't find the directory but apache does

I use apache as the backend server and nginx on the frontend. Apache listens to port 8080 and nginx to port 80. What I do is have the root point to the public folder foreach virtualhost: ...
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Two Server Names mapped to the same DocumentRoot

I have a server with two virtual hosts pointing to the same DocumentRoot folder. In that folder there is a Magento installation that manages properly both domains. Just in case this is important, the ...
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Why am I getting this error in the logs?

Ok so I just started a new ubuntu server 11.10 and i added the vhost and all seems ok ...I also restarted apache but when i visit the browser i get a blank page the server ip is http://23.21.197.126/ ...
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Finding Document Root

I can browse the company intranet site using the following URL. http://192.168.1.2/admin/index.php How do I find the full path of the file "index.php"? I tried... locate admin/index.php and it ...
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Apache: Client-IP-based DocumentRoot

I don't know if this could be possible on apache yet, I've done hefty amount of research before coming here. but: I have a VirtualHost running at *:80, ServerName to somedomain.tld. What I want to ...
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Multidomain and document root on a single shared server

I have a website on a shared server with a domain like aaa.com Its document root is by default "/www" folder. ... I have a second site with a domain like bbb.com I checked multidomain on the ...
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Sharing www folder breaks IIS sites

I would like to share my www folder on my local machine with others in my office but when I do this and try navigate back to my localhost sites, I get the error HTTP Error 401.3 - Unauthorized. Now I ...
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Apache Documentroot access forbidden

Running Arch Linux I am trying to get apache to use /www (not /var/www) as DocumentRoot. /www is a softlink to /home/user/www. However, I keep getting an "Access Forbidden" error. The / and /home ...
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Apache equivalent of IIS application roots

Someone just set up a directory for me on an Apache server where I will put my PHP application. This directory has an external path of 192.168.1.5/app and points to /home/test/app. My application ...
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Apache wildcard documentroot

I would like to use the the subdomain as my DocumentRoot folder foo.example.com Goes to /var/www/foo However I do not want to add a new entry for every subdomain Basically *.example.com ...
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Sharing the same document root - except for a folder and a file

I have two websites, websitea and websiteb. I have them both pointing to the same document root and all works fine, however I want websitea to have different db details to websiteb. Database details ...
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Mapping different ServerPath to different DocumentRoot with the same address

I am using an Apache server within an intranet to give access to reports. I want, with the same servername, to map a server path to a different documentroot that happens to be a file share. Is this ...
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Apache refusing to change DocumentRoot

I've installed Zend Server CE 5.1.0 on Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit in its default location, meaning the path to my htdocs is C:\Program Files (x86)\Zend\Apache2\htdocs. Not something that I would like ...
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Is it possible to serve different DocumentRoot from Virtual Host in Apache conf depending on IP of the visitor?

I just wonder if it's possible to define several DocumentRoots for single VirtualHost in httpd.conf and serve them out depending on IP of the visitor?
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.htaccess question - document root - Do we need this RewriteRule in here?

On our virtual host, we have defined our document root to point to var/www/something/public Since we have that, do we need, on our .htaccess file (that will be placed on public directory btw), this? ...
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How can I edit an individual site's virtualhost using either WHM or cPanel?

I've been using Webmin/virtualmin for years. In Webmin, I can edit Apache config files quite easily. For example, if a user wants to change the DocumentRoot because he/she wants to serve up a Ruby on ...
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Apache HTTPd FollowSymLinks path permission

I'm configuring my development environment with a basic Apache HTTPd configuration. But, to avoid a often problem, I want to map my test URL to my development folder. I'm using Ubuntu. My ...
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ubuntu apache subdomains pointing to main domain

I have a ubuntu server with apache setup, the main domain on the server is a subdomain app.example.com, which is working fine. Now if I setup john.app.example.com, then that also is displaying the ...
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change website document root in Kloxo?

I am hosting multiple websites using Kloxo on my VPS, say a.come, b.com, c.com, etc. Right now I am logging in as admin and whenever I created those websites, the document root is always ...