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Apache default directory


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Posted on 25-04-07 22:24
Hi there.

I'm running an Apache web-server, and I want to change the default directory. Now it always jumps to www.blabla/apache2-default and without that folder it returns a 404. I've googled around but found nothing.

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Posted on 26-04-07 13:42
to fix this you must comment out the line that talks about the default directory being said folder.

/etc/apache2/sites-available/default is the item in question.

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