Problems with defining domain

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by djcronos, Jul 13, 2006.

  1. djcronos

    djcronos New Member

    Hi all,

    I installed ISPConfig with the Ubuntu 6.06 Perfect Setup.

    I'll try to explain this as clear as possible, since I have no freaking clue why this won't work.

    I have a domain, a.domain.tld that I used to install ISPConfig on. If I go to - ISPConfig pops up just fine. When I go to - I get the /var/www directory. Since I'm setting this server up for development work, I want to be able to access all development web sites I work on by going to,, etc.

    With a clean ISPConfig install, I first define a Reseller. Then I define a client underneath that Reseller. I then define a new site underneath that Client. I name the site After hitting save, I should be able to go to and see the default Welcome! message on a new ISPconfig site install. But no - I still see the /var/www directory, which shows the directory to the site I just defined.

    I go into /etc/apache2/vhosts and edit the vhosts file and notice Apache has defined it properly. Apache points to the /var/www/web3/web directory but it still resolves to /var/www.

    Any ideas why this is happening? What information can I provide you folks to help me solve this?

    If there is an easier/better way for me doing this, I'm all ears.

    Thanks in advance.
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    The setup you want to use is not supported in ISPConfig.

    ISPConfig is a webhosting controlpanel that builds its own site structure for websites that can not be accessed by a central domain in the style

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