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Old 12th February 2011, 14:10
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Default SSL same document root?

Ispconfig 3, Ubuntu 10.10 apache2 suPHP.

My old ISP used to just allow http://example.com/file and https://example.com/file

For some reason sites created on my vps in ispconfig seem to have a different document root, even when made ssl afterwards. I tried copying the :443 vhost directive into the main vhost file pointing to the same doc root but it didn't like that.

I think I'm missing something embarrassingly basic here. I can't think of any possible reason anyone would ever want a complete copy of their site in a separate ssl folder, so what am I doing wrong here? Thanks!
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