Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by arcadlemon, Nov 11, 2006.
Please, is it possible to use ISPConfig with apache mod_vhost_alias?
If yes, how?
No, ISPConfig dont use mod_vhost:alias to manage virtual hosts.
My question was HOW to use mod_vhost_alias with ISPConfig.
This is because i'd like the ability to automate subdomain creation (ie mydomain.com -> ~/web while site1.mydomain.com -> ~/web/site1 )
And my answer was you cant use it with ISPConfig.
What you want to do is normally done by rewrite rules and not mod_vhost_alias. Just add a rewrite rule in the apcahe directives field in ISPConfig.
Please, I cannot find the "directives" fields you're talking about.
Please can you point me to any document explaining how this can be done?
In other words,
in ISPConfig, I wanted to specify '*' as host name for my VHost mydomain.com and then, whenever the user creates any directory (for instance site01) under his home/web, he could instantly access it through site01.mydomain.com thanks to mod_vhost_alias.
ISPConfig does not support wildcard domains. You must add the domains you want to redirect as co-domain to the website and then use the forward mechanism of the co-domain or add a apache redirect rule in the apache directives field.
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