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Old 5th September 2005, 02:27
linutzy linutzy is offline
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Default Yeah I think the https road might be a bit to much.

I will try to do the http install as you have stated. You are right I have a bit more to do. But I really like ispconfig.

When it comes down to it I need a walk through
for creating domain1.net, health.domain1.net, math.domain1.net and domain2.ca for my friends each with seperate logins. I have a lot of DNS stuff to look at also and now for some reason after I reset the modem and baught a switch for other technical reasons I get the default page for my domain and not the apache page which is good but I don't know how I got it.

But again the SSL input you provided will be looked at. If I lose my mind it means I'm just getting broken in to this Linux world.
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