Im using Ubuntu 16.04 for this. I need help configuring Gitlab, Owncloud, and a regular webserver all in one.

I first installed LAMP as shown here:

I then installed OwnCloud as shown here:

I then installed Gitlab as shown here:

Then I configured Apache to connect to Gitlab using this guide:

Now, my ideal setup is to have a subdomain point to each service as shown here:

  • owncloud.mydomain.com points to owncloud
  • gitlab.mydomain.com points to gitlab
  • www.mydomain.com points to my regular apache html folder (the one located at /var/www/hml/)
  • mydomain.com redirects to www.mydomain.com

After I configured Apache to connect to gitlab, all of a sudden, all 3 subdomains all go to Gitlab. I can no longer see the default apache2 html folder or my owncloud (www.mydomain.com/owncloud/ now redirects to gitlab)

How do I fix this?


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This question was answered by @ryanpq:

The first thing that jumps out is that it appears you only have a single name based virtualhost configured in here for gitlab.mydomain.com.

You’ll need to also have virtualhosts configured with ServerName or ServerAlias set to www.mydomain.com and owncloud.mydomain.com pointed to each webroot.

Without these, your server will not know how to handle those differently and will default to serve them simply by using the first virtualhost defined in your configuration.

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