Fedora Servers :: Apache Virtual Host Redirect To Default?

Jul 1, 2009

I've created a virtual host and when I try to access it it displays the root of the Default Server. Running Fedora 11. This works fine in our Fedora 8, same configuration.
Default server is set to
Listen 80
virtual server


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Fedora Servers :: Apache Not Recognizing Virtual Host 12?

Apr 17, 2010

I installed apache server on my Fedora 12. Its showing the test page, but when I give the address (0r www.chaalu-kam.com), it tells that the requested url could not be retrieved.

I have made the following additions to the /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf file

ServerName www.chaalu-kam.com
DocumentRoot /var/www/html/


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Fedora Servers :: Make A Website With A Virtual Host Of Apache Visible?

Nov 8, 2010

In first place i am sorry about my horrible English. I want to make a web site with a virtual host of apache visible by all the computers connected to my networking. I put this in the end of the file "/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf"("" is the IP address of my computer. The default gateway IP address is ""):


It works if i go to "" with the browser of the computer with apache inside, but on the others PC of my networking this method don't work!

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Ubuntu Servers :: Apache2 Virtual Host Appears To Redirect Url ?

Jun 4, 2010

My goal is a testing server with an apache virtual host for each site that I'm working on, with fairly painless setup for each new job.For example, I want http://site-a.mydomain to server this document root /home/client-a/site-a/public_html (or something to that effect)Ideally, DNS will use a wildcard to point http://anything-i-type.mydomain to the testing server, and apache will have a dynamic virtual host definition that will do a little magic so that I won't have to mess with DNS records or add a new virtual host each time I add a new site for a client. I'll worry about that when I get there, just put that out there in case anyone has any tips! for now I just have one little problem that's hurting my mood-

It looks like I've got my DNS server working just fine, so yay there- BUT my first attempt at adding a virtual host isn't working quite how I expected- meaning that site-a.mydomain now serves up the correct document root, but when you put http://site-a.mydomain into the browser's address bar, the address bar is then updated to - bogus!! I must be missing an option like "FunnyBusiness Off" -

root@ubuntuvm:/etc/apache2/sites-available# vim client-a.mydomain
<VirtualHost *:80>
UseCanonicalName Off
ServerName site-a.mydomain
DocumentRoot /home/client-a/site-a/public_html

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Software :: Apache Default Virtual Host ?

Dec 22, 2009

How do I define the default virtual host to be served on port 80?

I have different configuration files in /etc/httpd/conf.d/ that look more or less like this:

Plus I have the namevirtualhost:80 in httpd.conf

For some reason if I connect to port 80 using the IP address or an alias not defined anywhere in apache config, the first domain configured (first alphabetically a-to-z) answers the call.

Is there any way to overwride this and set a default site?

Basically I'd like to answer with the right configuration if a precise site pre-configured is called on port 80, but if not I would like to redirect to a "default site"

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Software :: Apache 2 Redirect - Create Virtual Servers?

Feb 25, 2009

I believe I finally have a very secure config for apache2 that will only use SSL or port443.

Problem is how do I redirect all my users who dont type in https:// to the proper SSL port 443?

Do I have to create Virtual Servers? If so how?

Or is there a Redirect command?


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Ubuntu Servers :: Setting Up A Virtual Host In Apache ?

Feb 22, 2011

I am trying to set up an Apache2 virtual host to test sites I make from my own computer.

I used this guide to set up my LAMP and vHost, The LAMP stack seems to be working great, but I run into some problems when I try to set up a vHost

As described in the guide I

1. made a new directory in my home folder /home/[myname]/www/test.dev to put my site in (it currently contains a simple index.html file as a test).

2. In /etc/apache2/sites-available I copied the file "default" and renamed it "test.dev"

3. I edited the content of "test.dev" to look like this:


4. I enabled the site using the command "sudo a2ensite test.dev". I then restarted apache "sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 reload".

5. I edited the hosts file: "sudo gedit /etc/hosts" to look like this:


6. I restarted apache "sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 reload".

Now if I enter "http://test.dev" in my firefox's adress bar I just get the apache2 "It works!" site. What is going wrong to cause firefox to show the "It works!" page rather then my own test site?

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Ubuntu Servers :: Apache Virtual Host Unable To Connect

Jan 18, 2011

I've set up a server running Ubuntu 10.10 (desktop) with apache. Problem is: When I try to configure multiple virtual hosts I can only access the first one. I'm sure that I'm missing something basic in my setup, but I cannot seem to figure out what.

What I want is simply two virtual hosts, one only available on the LAN where I can test my php files and one "live" available from the outside.

Heres what I've done:

Installed Apache2.2
Copy /etc/apache2/sites-available/default -> /etc/apache2/sites-available/dev
Modified "dev" config DocumentRoot and Document to point to /var/www/dev
Modified "dev" config VirtualHost to <VirtualHost *:1337> (port change right?)
Modified "default" config DocumentRoot and Document to point to /var/www/live


Live works fine, but dev cannot connect (as if there is no server there).

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Ubuntu Servers :: Apache Virtual Host To Access Internal Server?

Apr 20, 2010

I'm not sure is this is possible or not, but what I would like to do is take my public address mydomain.com and configure a virtual host something.mydomain.com only instead of having the content on the same server I would like it to point to the IP of my virtual machine that is in my private network and display that page publicly. Does anyone know if this is possible, or how to do it? I have done this with port forwards, but would like them both to be on the same port.

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Ubuntu Servers :: Created A New Virtual Host In Apache Using Webmin - Doesn't Work ?

Nov 14, 2010

I created a new virtual host in Apache using Webmin and am having trouble getting it to work. When I created it, I opted to create the config file as a "New file under virtual servers directory /etc/apache2/sites-available". So now I have a default config file /etc/apache2/sites-available/default and a new one created by Webmin at /etc/apache2/sites-available/webmin.1412323.conf. It seems like the settings in that new Webmin config file aren't being picked up by Apache -- when I try and browse to mywebsite.com it shows my root /var/www folder, not the subdirectory /var/www/mywebsite.

Is there a way I can tell Apache to include the new Webmin config file for the virtual host or should I just copy the directives into the default file at /etc/apache2/sites-available/default? It seems like Webmin should automatically configure Apache to work with any newly generated config files.

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Fedora Servers :: Apache External IP To Internal IP Redirect

Feb 18, 2009

I would like to redirect a external IP to a internal IP, all done with Apache. Is that possible.

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Server :: Apache Virtual Host To Limit The Concurrent Connections Of Virtual Hosts?

Jul 3, 2009

apache virtual host to limit the concurrent connections of virtual hosts? Taking into account the host of each virtual user's home directory can also have more than one subdirectory, which should be restricted to a subdirectory. Is beyond the control of the operation of these sites in a subdirectory. Best local restrictions or limitations to the overall situation.

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Server :: Tunnel Apache Virtual Host To An Internal Apache?

Jan 24, 2010

I am upgrading my server and I have a lot of sites. Since I cannot take my server down for a few days, maybe a week until I manage to migrate all the sites to the new machine, I figured I could migrate them one by one. After migrating one, I would somehow tunnel the requests of that name virtual host to my internal machine. When everything is migrated, I would then switch the machines, update ip's and stuff and everything will work just fine.

However I cannot seem to find a way to do this tunneling. is this at all possible? If not, what alternatives do I have?

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Server :: Apache2 Virtual Host Defaulting To Default Host

Oct 30, 2009

Bit of an odd one, this. I've migrated a website from my old server to a new machine. Both servers run Ubuntu + Apache2. Both only serve a single site, apart from the default site.I've flipped the domain name to the new IP address.The trouble is that after moving the virtual host config over into sites-available, with the necessary link in sites-enabled, Apache attempts to serve from the default web root (/var/www) rather than the actual site content (in /var/www/technology). So for example, an attempt to browse.

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Fedora Servers :: Host All The Manpages On A Apache?

Sep 24, 2009

I am using FC9. Can anyone tell me how to host all the manpages on a Apache Server so that a user can access it using the webbrowser like firefox. After googling I came across something called man2html but it really did not work.

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Server :: Apache With Virtual Host ?

Oct 5, 2009

On my server I have connected domain: www.my-first-domain.com which is installed in /var/www/first

For that domain I have installed virtual host.


I dont know why, when I will put address my-first-domain.com instead of www.my-first-domain.com server redirect that domain to folder /var/www/.

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Server :: Apache Server Not Recognizing Virtual Host Fedora 12

Apr 17, 2010

I installed apache server on my Fedora 12. Its showing the test page, but when I give the address (0r www.chaalu-kam.com), it tells that the requested url could not be retrieved.

I have made the following additions to the /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf file


In addition to this, I have added this to my /etc/hosts file


I wanted to test the Apache server on my laptop only by putting an html file in /var/www/html and naming it as index.html. I want this index.html page to be displayed when I put www.chaalu-kam.com in my browser. What should I do? My firewall is off too

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Debian :: Apache Virtual Host On A Different Port?

Apr 19, 2011

Just set up a virtual host on a different port: 50085. accessing this port always returns me to 'It Works!' page.

The setup:

1. added 'Listen 50085' in ports.conf

2. added a <VirtualHost *:50085></VirtualHost> the content are the same with the site that works with a <VirtualHost *:80>

3. /etc/hosts contains the ip address and the servername

4. apache server has been configtest ok and restarted.

Anything I forgot to configure? How to troubleshoot --> I don't get any data on error log file.

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Server :: Apache Disable SSL On A Virtual Host

Jan 22, 2010

I'm running Apache with mod ssl, with a php app using ssl. https://www.example1.com

I've made a virtual host to host a simple static site which I dont want SSL for.

When I try and get to the site it redirects me to [url] which gives a certifcate error and shows the site from example 1.

Config below:

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Server :: Apache Virtual Host Setup

Oct 29, 2009

I have 4 domains registered through godaddy. I have a dell poweredge box with one static IP hosted somewhere. I want the 4 domain to resolve to four different sites. I have already created 4 different sites in apache with four different aliases and has enabled it.

alias /a /var/www/a
alias /b /var/www/b
alias /c /var/www/c

I want to acomplish.

www.a.com ==> xx.xx.xx.xx/a
www.b.com ==> xx.xx.xx.xx/b
www.c.com ==> xx.xx.xx.xx/c

I tried with godaddys forward with masking option. It works but I can't hide xx.xx.xx.xx/a in the links. Whats the best approach? One limitation is I cannot use the webhosts name servers. How do I set this up with name based virtual hosting? Do I setup a DNS server in the box?

I do have a dns host name for my box which is publicy accessible. Some my.ca.examplehost.net

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Server :: Apache With Wildcard SSL And Virtual Host

Apr 28, 2009

I'm using Apache 2.2 to host multiple subdomains using a single SSL certificate (a wildcard certificate e.g. *.mydomain.com) and, yes, it works! Everything seems to be served correctly and the browsers are pretty happy.

And you can also have the non-SSL sites (virtual hosts on port 80) on the same IP. (That's covered elsewhere)

For those that want similar functionality here's my discovery...

My configuration is like this:



I would have to say that I don't believe that this will work if you are not using a wildcard SSL certificate and having anything other than subdomains under that wildcard.

It is somewhat limited in scenario where this is useful, but for a set of company websites that should be under SSL, this can be tremedously useful when you have a single IP.

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Server :: Different PHP Versions Per Apache Virtual Host

Sep 10, 2009

I'm running XAMPP 1.7.2 on Ubuntu 8.10 (Linux dt19.im.local 2.6.27-14-generic #1 SMP Tue Aug 18 16:25:45 UTC 2009 i686 GNU/Linux) and am using the PHP 5.3.0 Apache module as standard. For one virtual host I'd like to use PHP 5.2.X as it is part of a project which has a lot of legacy code which is not compatible with PHP 5.3.0. The virtual host configuration block and the applicable directory directive are as follows -


Checking phpinfo() output on the above virtual host (or using the default virtual host directive and accessing it via http://localhost/[SNIP]/[SNIP]/phpinfo.php rather than [url] shows PHP 5.3.0 is running. After applying minor tweaks such as adding ScriptAlias or SetEnv options the problem persists. I've Googled for a good while and have checked the permissions and the like and tried the advice of other users (XAMPP or otherwise) either resulting in PHP 5.3.0 being used or a HTTP 400 bad request/invalid URI error. I've stuck with the configuration above as this is correct according to the PHP manual.

FYI cgi-bin/php-5.2.6 is a soft symbolic link to /opt/lampp/bin/php-5.2.6 (I've added the FollowSymLinks option to the cgi-bin directory directive in httpd.conf). I've tried installing php5-cgi from the Ubuntu repos and setting it up in a similar way, to no avail. I've also tried copying the executables into the cgi-bin directory, pointing the Action line directly to bin/php-5.2.6 and dropping the -c /opt/lampp/etc/php.ini-pre1.7.2 option in the Action line. I've even tried commenting out the LoadModule lines for PHP which results in a HTTP 400 bad request/invalid URI error. This demonstrates the fact that the PHP CGI use is being ignored.

I've checked httpd.conf and the extra/httpd-*.conf files and ensured all required includes are being loaded. I know that it's probably something stupid on my part which is causing this! Given that I've tried PHP CGI builds in the Ubuntu repos I don't think this is an XAMPP-specific issue.

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Jan 19, 2010

One of our Apache servers, version 2.2.3, is running three virtual hosts on it. However, while two are accessible, gray.mgh.harvard.edu, www.plastimatch.org, the third, cmrol.mgh.harvard.edu cannot be reached by any remote host.

I am at a loss as to why this is occurring. To that end, I am including the httpd.conf file as an attachment in the hopes someone can see what I missed, and help correct this issue.

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Sep 9, 2009

I'm now configuring my web server to server different Virtual Hosts based on DNS name. Right now I store my files in /var/www per the default installation settings in Apache.

I want to change the Document Root to /home/username/public_html/example1.dyndns.org for the second virtual server. What do the permissions need to be in order for Apache to read the files in this location? Would it be best to force Apache to run as this new username instead of www-data?

My Virtual host setup will look something like this

I want to change the DocumentRoot as I am running a chrooted ProFTPd server and want to be able to update webserver files via FTP. I am running Ubuntu 8.04 LTS Server (CLI only).

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Jan 22, 2011

I'm having some basic doubt! Consider 5 virtual domains has configured under a same server. I mean 5 different domains under same IP. Eg. mydomain1.com and mydomain2.com have IP So when web browser request for mydomain1.com name server return IP address Then browser contact IP on port 80. Here comes my question how does apache know that the browser is looking for mydomain1.com not mydomain2.com. How apache differentiate the request for it's virtual hosts? By the way, what is a virtualhost ?

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Server :: Apache 2.2.14 Ignores SSL Cipher In Virtual Host

Feb 23, 2010

I'm trying to figure out why Apache is ignoring SSL Cipher statements when placed inside a Virtual Host. Specifically I'm trying to disable SSLv2 and only allow SSLv3 or TLSv1

In httpd-ssl.conf I have the following


And when I try and connect, I get the expected results.


In my virtual host statement I have


The only difference between the two is the httpd-ssl.conf has -ALL in the CIPHER, and the virtual host entry has ALL. However if I try and change the ALL statement in the virtual host entry to -ALL I get the following error in my logs & get no content.


Why it's not working in the virtual host statement? Unfortunately as many of you are probably aware it's impossible to gain PCI certification with SSLv2 enabled.

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Jul 22, 2010

I am having two domains. for ex: www.example1.com and www.example2.com. These two domains need to be hosted under one ip. Yes by configuring name based virtual host we can do that. But, my question is my first domain(www.example1.com) need to be hosted by Apache web server, and my second domain(www.example2.com) need to be hosted by Tomact. Is it possible to configure name based virtual host for a scenario like this.

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Feb 20, 2009

How to give mulitple virtual host in apache. I want to access all my sites with ip

For ex :if i want to access dpm.net it should have the ip with port 80 & for persur.net it should have the same ip with port 80

After restarting the apache servers.I am unable to run both the applications in a single time.

For that i gave Include /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/[^.#]* in apache2.conf. But still its not working.

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Fedora Servers :: Non Default Apache Install?

Feb 28, 2009

having an absolute mare on this one and doin me in.! I'm trying to install apache on fedora 9 to a non default directory /usr/local/apache as i need to set it up with resin see[URL]... I've removed the default install with yum remove httpd and then tried installing using apache's ./configure make make install commands. This all appears to work ok but when trying to start the server i get command not found error.any suggestions **ps why are the apache files all over the place in fedora..

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Mar 31, 2011

I'm lost I can't get past the 403 forbidden errorI have a directory /home/russ/public_html with a single index.html file

HTML Code:


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