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Ghost blog has two addresses on top domain and subdomain, how to unlink one

Hello,

the question is following: I installed Ghost using the pre-made DigitalOcean’s solution (Ubuntu), set up the domain using the DigitalOcean’s tutorial, and the blog worked fine. But I would like to have by blog on a subdomain, and I pointed my blog to a subdomain using Ghost tutorial. It works fine, too, but now I have two identical addresses for blog access: mysite.com and blog.mysite.com. All posts have addresses mysite.com/post-title and blog.mysite.com/post-title. I would like to unlink the top domain from the blog and use it without Ghost.

I’ve read all tutorials on Ghost and subdomains here, but my knowledge in this area is very basic, and I’m afraid to screw things up. So probably there is a tutorial on this subject, but I failed to understand it. If so, please provide me a link to it.

Thanks.


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It has to be in <code>/etc/nginx/conf.d/</code> then. What files can you find in that directory?

Hmm, I’m guessing that the image doesn’t have nginx configured to use the sites-enabled directory. Can you please pastebin <code>/etc/nginx/nginx.conf</code>?