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Old 26th November 2005, 00:10
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Default problem for accessing created sites

hi !

I've recently set up my a debian sarge on my PC. I've followed the conf suggested on the website.

The problem that occurs is that i can't access the sites created by users.

How should I set up sites correctly to access them with such an URL as :

http://user_site.mydomain.com or http://mydomain.com/~user_site

I've looked for this information but everything i tried failed.


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Old 26th November 2005, 10:47
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Add a site "mydomain.com". Then add a user, e.g. web1_username. You can then reach the user website with:

http://mydomain.com/~web1_username/ or http://www.mydomain.com/users/web1_username

Plaese see also:

If this does not work, please check if you have mod_rewrite instaled and enabled in your apache configuration.
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