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comment Unix: giving a group permissions to a file
thank you for you answer. the reason i got a -1, i think, is because i myself gave a -1 to a user that just posted "check chmod" and that's it. he later on removed the answer. thanks for yours, by the way
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comment Configuring a third level domain
you are right, thank you. viewing it through a proxy showed me the correct page! do i just have to wait for the isp to refresh its caching? also, how can i configure apache to serve both lessico.pistacchoso.com AND 164.177.156.36:8000? thank you
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comment Configuring a third level domain
oh, i've also tried cleaning up the system dns cache and browser's. on the other hand, host pistacchioso.com gives the correct ip :\
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comment Configuring a third level domain
hi james, thanks for you answer. i changed the virtualhost to listen to *:80 but still on 164.177.156.36 and pistacchioso.com i see apache's default page, on pistacchioso.com and lessico.pistacchioso.com i see the courtesy page and i'm not able anymore to see the correct page.
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