Apache Still Showing Default Page

  • Posted January 31, 2015

I’ve set up a Django CMS site and created a conf file in the /etc/apache2/sites-available directory and enabled it using the a2ensite command. It works. Sort of.

The first 2 lines of my conf fle are:

ServerName ServerAlias

When I browse to everything looks good, but when I browse to I see the default Apache2 Ubuntu Default page.

What am I doing wrong?

– Norman Lynch Webmaster, Maneki Neko Con


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Have you restarted Apache after modifying the virtualhost config? Are there any other virtualhosts that have set as the ServerName or ServerAlias?

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I found the problem. File /etc/hostname contained “”. I edited it to contain “maneki-neko-con” and now everything works perfectly.

– Norman Lynch Webmaster, Maneki Neko Con