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Turned out it was the /etc/nsswitch file See the problem? cat /etc/nsswitch.conf | grep hosts hosts: = files mdns4_minimal [NOTFOUND=return] dns mdns4 A '=' sign incorrectly in the script. This was done in a custom package of ours (not written by me, blame allocation FTW!). that simply wasn't installed on the one that worked but was installed on the one ...


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Your understanding on apache configuration is a bit backwards and upside-down. I'd suggest reading the documentation on any new software you're trying to configure. :) In short, this part of your virtualhost config: <VirtualHost *:80> ...has nothing to do with how apache handles connections to the virtualhost. Rather, it configures the listener ...


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I flushed dns cache (don't know if this really helps), cleared cache in browser, set Server Name to 80, and added / at the end of URL like this localhost/myproject/. This does it for me.



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