Hi these are the configuration files for my Apache on CentOS 8.

The DNS (proiecto.net, www.proiecto.net and soporte.proiecto.net) are well-created pointing to the IP of my Centos server.

My file: /etc/httpd/conf.d/vhosts.conf:


<VirtualHost *:80>
   ServerName proiecto.net
   ServerAlias www.proiecto.net
   DocumentRoot /var/www/html

<VirtualHost *:80>
   ServerName soporte.proiecto.net
   ServerAlias soporte.proiecto.net
   DocumentRoot /home/proiecto/soporte/html

My file: /etc/hosts:

# Your system has configured 'manage_etc_hosts' as True.
# As a result, if you wish for changes to this file to persist
# then you will need to either
# a.) make changes to the master file in /etc/cloud/templates/hosts.redhat.tmpl
# b.) change or remove the value of 'manage_etc_hosts' in
#     /etc/cloud/cloud.cfg or cloud-config from user-data
# The following lines are desirable for IPv4 capable hosts proiecto-centos proiecto-centos localhost.localdomain localhost localhost4.localdomain4 localhost4 www.proiecto.net proiecto.net soporte.proiecto.net

# The following lines are desirable for IPv6 capable hosts
::1 proiecto-centos proiecto-centos
::1 localhost.localdomain localhost
::1 localhost6.localdomain6 localhost6

The HTML file for soporte.proiecto.net exists in:


and should show only one basic message: “Hello world Soporte”

The problem:

When I enter the site www.proiecto.net it shows very well,
but when I enter the site soporte.proiecto.net it shows the default
Centos Apache configuration page (it should show a basic page with “Hello World”)**

Any suggestions? Thank you very much.

Edward Ocando


edited by bobbyiliev

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Hi there,

I believe that this could be due to the permissions of your /home/proiecto/soporte/html/ directory.

What I could suggest is following steps 4 and 5 here on how to setup your Vhosts and how to adjust your SELinux permissions on CentOS 8:


Let me know how it goes!

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The Apache HTTP server is the most widely-used web server in the world. It provides many powerful features including dynamically loadable modules, robust media support, and extensive integration with other popular software. In this guide, you will install an Apache web server with virtual hosts on your CentOS 8 server.
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