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Old 18th December 2008, 11:12
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Default Apache VirtualHosts with mySQL

Hi,

I remember seeing a tutorial on howtoforge some time back about setting up apache to allow multiple web sites through the virtualhosts entries in it's conf files. The tutorial extended this by using data in a MySQL database nstead of the static conf file, so changes didn't require an apache restart.

After searching around all morning i can't seem to find it anywhere!!!

Does anyone have a link to this tutorial or something similar? I'm not bothered about email however if it's included in the tutorial thats OK.

Thanks in advance for any help anyone can give pointing me in the right direction!!!

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