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    [ubuntu] sh/dash problem

    I began to look into bash scripting today, and naturally the first script I wrote was helloworld.sh.

    #!/bin/bash
    echo "Hello, world!"

    I put this file in /bin. And I can get it to run...
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    Re: Apache2 Main Server Document Root Location

    Alright, I think that we can put this to rest. I had an extra hard drive laying around, so I decided to do a clean install of Ubuntu to make sure that I didn't have any old config files for Apache2...
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    Re: Apache2 Main Server Document Root Location

    The server isn't actually serving any real purpose at the moment, so I really only turn it on when I am looking to fool around with it, so it has had many "reboots".

    I tried uninstalling using ...
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    Re: Apache2 Main Server Document Root Location

    OK, yes I have cleared my browser cache. Yes, I have restarted Apache. I don't see any other config files that have a reference to /var/www.

    I did
    grep -ir '/var/www' /etc/apache2 and didn't...
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    Re: Apache2 Main Server Document Root Location

    So I went back to test out what you had said, and it still seems to be loading from /var/www instead of /var/www/mysite.

    My files look as follows:

    #/etc/apache2/ports.conf


    NameVirtualHost...
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    Re: Apache2 Main Server Document Root Location

    Makes perfect sense. I had actually seen the naming difference and hadn't really given much thought to it. It was really bugging me that I could't find an answer to this anywhere I looked, so thank...
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    Re: Apache2 Main Server Document Root Location

    Yes, I do have control over the IP addressing schemes, and I did end up just using the wild card '*' asterisk. When I was entering the specific IPs I was just messing around to see how everything...
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    Apache2 Main Server Document Root Location

    I am new to Linux/Ubuntu and was messing around with setting up Apache2 on Ubuntu 12.10. I had made a mistake writing down my IP address, and therefore, entered this incorrect address into the config...
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