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Best way to setup apach default site

I'm working on setting up a web hosting system and was wondering what the best way to configure the default configuration is to look in a folder if there is no vhost for it. Here's how I would like ...
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Apache HTTPD “sites/mods-enabled/available” configuration

I've recently moved from the default Ubuntu/Debian apache2 packages to installing the Apache HTTPD from the official tarballs. I have everything working fine, but I wanted to know if there's any easy ...
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Can't find httpd.conf on Ubuntu

I have installed apache and going to configure the apache settings in Ubuntu 12.10, but I can't find the httpd.conf file (I have searched for it, but it seems I don't have the file in my system). Can ...
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Apache log for 301

How can i create a log file for 301 redirects, based on response header? I know that i can use SetEnvIf with CutsomLog, but it seems SetEnvIf has access just for request, no for response.
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Httpd.conf does not work on apache

I've installed Ubuntu Server and Apache2. I want to test my httpd.conf by adding following code: <Directory /> Order allow,deny Deny from all </Directory> ...
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Apache .htaccess not working

I have access to an Ubuntu Machine with apache installed, which I connect to Using PuTTy. For some reason my .htaccess file is not working, this is all it contains: ErrorDocument 404 /handler.php ...
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Multiple Apache2 vhosts are pointing to the same website

I'm having trouble getting multiple sites working with Apache on Ubuntu 10.04. I have two sites I want to serve from the same VPS, psychedeli.ca and mahoganytales.com. The problem is, both domains are ...
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Problems adding new domain to httpd.conf file

So, I just bought a brand new domain. I set up my dns records with the host (godaddy) but something strange happens on my server. I've added this to the httpd.conf file: <VirtualHost *:80> ...
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Can I store MySql config file not in /etc folder? How?

I'm new to Linux. just studying php/mysql development. On windows I kept Apache, PHP, Mysql, PgSQL directories in one folder on SEPARATE DRIVE, like this: D:\server \mysql \apache \php ...
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Configuring freshly installed Apache2

Coming from a windows history, I'd just managed to get my first Ubuntu computer running with Apache, PHP5, Mysql, Memcached and some other goodies to work as a local development workstation. But, to ...