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    apache configuration...

    Currently I am serving a single site using a linux webserver. I do not have anything fancy working with apache. I installed the webserver version of fedora core 3, turned on apache and dropped the files in /var/www/html.

    I now want to serve another site from the same machine. How would I go about doing this? I figured I would need to make usernames and host the files for each site in different folders, but how can I make apache handle the requests from the different urls?

    Also, if i setup the box to also work with ftp will the usernames and passwords that I create for the webserver also be applicable to ftp? For example, if site 1 wanted to upload files, is it possible for them to ftp to my server, enter their user and pass and then dump their files in their directory.

    I understand this is a rather long question, but hopefully someone can help.


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    Read on Apache Virtual Hosts, that's what you're looking for.
    "All the drugs in this world won\'t save you from yourself"

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    Quote Originally Posted by serz
    Read on Apache Virtual Hosts, that's what you're looking for.
    specifically Name-Based Virtual Hosts

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    thanks for the link

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