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Old 8th October 2012, 14:51
tomfab tomfab is offline
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Originally Posted by till View Post
Off course as a website is a apache vhost and the files of the apache server are in /etc/apache2/ or /etc/httpd depending on your linux distribution.


Then add a wildcard subdomain in the dns manager.
Subdomain wildcard won't resolve my problem. I want my reseller to create subdomains of this domain but with separate vhosts and quotas.

When I was using cPanel as a reseller than the software created automaticaly both vhost config and proper DNS-zone update in one step.
Users don't know how to modify DNS records so I don't want them to do it.
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