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I'm running Apache 1.2.4

I would like to run more than one websites on that server.
How can I arrange that?

t.i.a.
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alexbik earned 200 total points
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Hi,

You can create multiple sites on an apache server using the <VirtualHost> directive in httpd.conf. You can either do this on IP number (in which case you will need to use the dummy net driver or IP aliasing), or depending on the HTTP_HOST variable.
The statements in your httpd.conf would look like this:

<VirtualHost IP_number_or_hostname>
ServerAdmin webmaster@domain.com
DocumentRoot /path/to/the/document/root
ServerName www.domain.com
TransferLog /path/to/your/access_log
</VirtualHost>


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by:borggreve
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Yo, thanks!

You serve well and will be rewarded with some quality points...

Sincerely,
Raymond
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