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I'm using apache http server 2.4 on debian 8.

I seem to recall from a few years ago that if you wanted to have virtual hosts, you have to enable this by adding a line to your main apache config file. Has this changed?

I can't seem to find that line in the main config file and yet the 000-default.conf virtual host is working.

I just wanted to confirm, are virtual hosts now enabled by default in this version of apache?

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The use of vhosts is enabled by default, you can create new vhosts in /etc/apache2/sites-available/ and enable it by using a2ensite <vhostfile name>.

This will create a symlink from /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/ to the corresponding vhost in sites-available.

Note that in jessie vhosts should end in .conf

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