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    Apache2 default virtual server

    Hi,

    I've set up a number of Apache2 virtual servers.

    In /etc/apache/sites-available I have
    a-sub-domain.domain.com
    domain.com

    "a-sub-domain.domain.com" is processed first so it becomes the default site for my ip address. i.e. request http://ip-address/ from a browser and I get a-sub-domain.domain.com

    I would like domain.com to be the default site for my ip address. Any ideas on how to do this with out changing the file names of my virtual host containers?

    Cheers

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    Re: Apache2 default virtual server

    botfish,

    try renaming the file to something like z-subdomain or moving the subdomain to the end of the file if you only use one file for domains.


    Brian

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    Re: Apache2 default virtual server

    Quote Originally Posted by brianhenson View Post
    botfish,

    try renaming the file to something like z-subdomain or moving the subdomain to the end of the file if you only use one file for domains.


    Brian
    That's what I did for my server. Move the one you want default to the top of the file, as the first entry.
    Ubuntu 14.04 Server
    -Linode 1GB
    Lubuntu 14.04 Laptop
    -Toshiba Satellite A505-6005, 250GB hdd / 250GB hdd (partitioned), Intel i3, 4.00 GB ram

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