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Apache2 Default root directory
I am facing some issues with Apache2. I have installed the full LAMP stack, which is working fine together with virtual hosts/domains.
But when I try to edit the default (“000-default.conf”) document root directory, the Apache2 Ubuntu Default Page is always showing. I have tried to restart the apache2 service, and I even tried to remove index.html page, located at var/www/html/index.html (which seems to contain the default file) but no luck. The Default Apache2 Ubuntu page always shows up, when I enter the IP of the server.
Any ideas why this might happen?
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