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Old 8th June 2010, 13:27
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Hi,
I have set up a Ubuntu 9.10 Server using the Perfect Server ISPconfig guide which was really helpful so thanks for that.
What I can't get to work is subdomains.
When I create a subdomain, where are the files stored for it? On a domain I set up in ISPconfig (http://1.voupe.com) it shows the files from the subdomain (the default website).
I have looked in the root of where the 1.voupe.com is stored (voupe.com is currently hosted on a different server which I want to move over to this new server) but can only find where the files for the website go and not the subdomain.
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Old 8th June 2010, 16:54
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This depends on how you create the subdomains. If you want a separate directory for the files of this subdomain, create a new website. If the files of this subdomain shall be in the same directory then a existing website, then click on new subdomain and select the website where the files shall belong to.
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This depends on how you create the subdomains. If you want a separate directory for the files of this subdomain, create a new website.
I have setup a site with webmail.mydomain.com but it's pointing to mydomain.com.
All the search I have done on the forum says for subdomain just create new website, that's what I did so what am I missing here.

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Old 15th June 2010, 22:35
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Maybe you selected auto subdomain * instead of auto subdomain www in the website settings of the website mydomain.com. A wildcard drives the traffic of all subdomains of a given site to this site.
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Maybe you selected auto subdomain * instead of auto subdomain www in the website settings of the website mydomain.com. A wildcard drives the traffic of all subdomains of a given site to this site.
You are quick just found this with the same answer by you guess I have to search harder next time.

Till but what is the preferred way of setting the auto subdomain at the subdomain site. Or doesn't it matter
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