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how to configure digitalocean server with my bigrock domain name

  • Posted April 3, 2014

Hi friends.

I am a new user for server setup. Please, help me to configure DigitalOcean server with my Bigrock domain name.

My domain name is www.myclass.in

my BigRock domain IP address is 192.142.134.157

I have purchased a 5 dollar plan(ubuntu 12.04) on DigitalOcean for the server and its IP address is 100.170.153.128.

I tried many way to configure DNS but it did not done successfully. So, please help me. (After configuration, when i open www.myclass.in it shows ‘Not Found’ message.

Please tell all the step of digitalocean DNS, BigRock domain name configuration and apache virtual host setup.

Please also tell me, if any changes into apache files.

I need your help. PLEASE!!!

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I set up my domain of bigrock on digital ocean after i read the article Host Bigrock Domain on Digital Ocean

there is a problem into you default.php domain configuration file of apache2 file. <br> <br>Change AllowOverride to all instead of none. <br>

You need to add your domain to Digital Ocean DNS. <br>In digital ocean cloud portal…Go to DNS-----Add Domain-----Enter your domain name----your droplet ip address and click on create domain. <br>then please follow below article. <br>https://digitalocean.com/community/articles/how-to-install-linux-apache-mysql-php-lamp-stack-on-ubuntu

Login to bigrock portal.Click to you domain name—Click Domain registration-------Click to Name Servers----Replace bigrock name server with Digital Ocean name servers. <br>NS1.DIGITALOCEAN.COM <br>NS2.DIGTALOCEAN.COM <br>NS3.DIGITALOCEAN.COM <br>then please follow below article. <br>https://digitalocean.com/community/articles/how-to-install-linux-apache-mysql-php-lamp-stack-on-ubuntu <br> <br>