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revised Mindtouch broke my Apache2 virtual host configuration
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Jan
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comment Mindtouch broke my Apache2 virtual host configuration
I've fixed it by adding this: <VirtualHost _default_:80>DocumentRoot /var/www</VirtualHost>. I still don't understand why all the vhost directives (except the first) are ignored if I don't specify a default server.
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Jan
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comment Mindtouch broke my Apache2 virtual host configuration
I think you're right about it going there first because its just in alphabetical order but all of the virtualhosts have ServerName and ServerAlias defined. I cant understand why they all resolve to the first one.
Jan
5
comment Mindtouch broke my Apache2 virtual host configuration
Thanks @DerfK, I've fixed that now (everything is *:80) and the warnings have gone away --That always puzzled me. However, I still have the problem that all the domains are resolving to openancestry.org. I'm convinced that Mindtouch added another directive which causes this as openancestry.org was the one where mindtouch was installed.
Jan
5
comment Mindtouch broke my Apache2 virtual host configuration
If I comment out NameVirtualHost *:80 (which I found in ports.conf) and restart apache, that warning goes away. My problem persists though. What did you mean about the double quotes?
Jan
5
comment Mindtouch broke my Apache2 virtual host configuration
@Niall Donegan, updated...
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Feb
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accepted Small footprint 64 bit ISO reader
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comment Small footprint 64 bit ISO reader
thats beautiful dude.
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answered ASP.NET Future on linux?
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comment Small footprint 64 bit ISO reader
Cheers, I'm goint to check out MagicISO.
Aug
30
comment Small footprint 64 bit ISO reader
That's great. What is it like? Going by the screenshot in that page you linked to it looks bulkier than Virtual Clone Drive. -or am I wrong?