#apache - Mon 26 Mar 2007 between 22:57 and 23:06

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demortesI have multiple websites hosted on my server. Ubuntu 6.10 server edition, setup to run ISPConfig. However, it does not point to the right directory for the site... where is the file for me to check this?
imMuteMotooo: no, but try it and see
thumbsdefault layout
fajitaPop along to http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/Info/DistrosDefaultLayout for an idea on where the main distros place Apache files.
thumbsdemortes: ^^
Motooothis is better? deny from aaa.bbb.ccc.0/255.255.255.0
demortesthanks
fajitaNo worries
hayscan someone try this: https://hays.homelinux.com/greenfactory/
let me know if it works
thumbsservertokens https://hays.homelinux.com/greenfactory/
fajitaApache
thumbshays: apparently, it loads.
hayssweeeeet
demortesIt loads.
haysan added bonus is that Verizon does not block 443! haha!
demorteshowever, 1. your certificate expired
thumbshays: likewise here.
demortes2. it's marked for localhost
thumbs80 is dead, 443 isn't
haysdemortes: yeah, im confused about that whole host thing.. I guess I should make that what my dyndns is?
thumbsthat would be preferable
demortesYeah
haysis that in httpd.conf?
thumbsno
it's how you generate your cert.
demortesIt's some openssl command
assuming it's linux
megaspazyou can get openssl for winders...
hayswell I get this warning.. heh and its probably the root cause
demortesServerName www.serenity-tech.com:80
ServerAdmin webmaster@serenity-tech.com
DocumentRoot /var/www/web1/web
That look fine?
thumbstake out the :80 in the servername
haysapache2: Could not determine the server's fully qualified domain name, using 127.0.0.1 for ServerName
thumbsfqdn
fajitafqdn is fully qualified domain name or http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/Errors/CouldNotDetermineServerName
thumbshays: basically, make the servername resolve
demortesHrm, I dunno if I can do that without throwing off ISPConfig

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