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How To Set Up Apache Virtual Hosts on Debian

  • Posted March 29, 2014
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Sorry, the text for the virtualhost file didn’t render properly in my answer. <br> <br>I’ve uploaded a text file for you to use here: <br> <br>https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/tmsfiles001/ForumHelp/yourdomainname.conf

You just need to define each virtual host in its own file.
<br> <br>Try this. <br> <br>Running as root, or using sudo, type: <br> <br>cd /etc/apache2/sites-available <br>nano yourdomainname.conf <br> <br>Then copy into the blank text file that opens: <br> <br><VirtualHost *:80> <br> ServerName www.yourdomainname.com <br> ServerAlias yourdomainname.com <br> <br> <br> DirectoryIndex index.php <br> DocumentRoot /var/www/yourdomainname <br></VirtualHost> <br> <br>You should obviously change “yourdomainname” to whatever your details are. <br> <br>Also change the /var/www/yourdomainname to wherever you’ve stored the files for the site.
<br> <br>And finally, swap index.php to whatever your index document is (or leave it as it is if you actually have an index.php). <br> <br>Then press ctrl+o to save the file. <br> <br>Press ctrl+x to exit nano. <br> <br>After this, at the command prompt, type: <br> <br>a2ensite yourdomainname.conf <br>service apache2 restart <br> <br>If you want to disable the virtual host in the future, type: <br> <br>a2dissite yourdomainname.conf <br>service apache2 restart <br> <br>Peter