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howtos:network_services:setup_apache [2018/12/23 21:48 (UTC)]
ellendhel [ENABLE PHP] Formatting
howtos:network_services:setup_apache [2018/12/23 21:51 (UTC)]
ellendhel [VHOSTS WITH INDIVIDUAL CGI-BIN DIRECTORIES] Formatting
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 [[howtos:​network_services:​setup_apache_php_mysql|http://​docs.slackware.com/​howtos:​network_services:​setup_apache_php_mysql]] [[howtos:​network_services:​setup_apache_php_mysql|http://​docs.slackware.com/​howtos:​network_services:​setup_apache_php_mysql]]
  
-====== ​VIRTUAL HOSTS ====== +====== ​Virtual Hosts ====== 
-1) Edit /​etc/​httpd/​httpd.conf - Here is what you care about, change/​uncomment the following lines as necessary:+ 
 +Edit /​etc/​httpd/​httpd.conf - Here is what you care about, change/​uncomment the following lines as necessary:
  
 <​code>​vi /​etc/​httpd/​httpd.conf <​code>​vi /​etc/​httpd/​httpd.conf
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   Include /​etc/​httpd/​extra/​httpd-vhosts.conf</​code>​   Include /​etc/​httpd/​extra/​httpd-vhosts.conf</​code>​
  
-2) Edit /​etc/​httpd/​extra/​httpd-vhosts.conf - Here is what you care about, add one of these entries for each virtual host:+Edit /​etc/​httpd/​extra/​httpd-vhosts.conf - Here is what you care about, add one of these entries for each virtual host:
  
 <​code>​vi /​etc/​httpd/​extra/​httpd-vhosts.conf <​code>​vi /​etc/​httpd/​extra/​httpd-vhosts.conf
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   </​VirtualHost></​code>​   </​VirtualHost></​code>​
  
-3) Restart Apache+Restart Apache
 <​code>/​etc/​rc.d/​rc.httpd restart</​code>​ <​code>/​etc/​rc.d/​rc.httpd restart</​code>​
  
-**NOTE:** I run my vhosts as users so, the document roots are under /home/USER directories. ​Y**ou do not have to do this.** You can put the document roots anywhere you like.+**NOTE:** I run my vhosts as users so, the document roots are under /home/user directories. ​You do not have to do this. You can put the document roots anywhere you like. 
 + 
 +Example: 
 + 
 +/​srv/​www/​htdocs/​server1 \\ 
 +/​srv/​www/​htdocs/​server2 \\
  
-EXAMPLE\\ +**NOTE 2:** These do not affect your default webserver setting in /etc/httpd/httpd.confThat web server instance will still work and be the default if a plain IP in used as the URL.
- /srv/www/htdocs/​server1 \\ +
- /​srv/​www/​htdocs/​server2 \\ +
- etc... \\+
  
-**NOTE2:** These do not affect your default webserver setting in /​etc/​httpd/​httpd.conf. That web server instance will still work and be the default if a plain IP in used as the URL. 
  
 +====== Vhosts with individual CGI-BIN directories ======
  
-====== VHOSTS WITH INDIVIDUAL CGI-BIN DIRECTORIES ====== +If you have virtual hosts that need CGI (or need CGI in their own directory) you can do it like this:
-If you have virtual hosts that need cgi (or need cgi in their own directory) you can do it like this:+
  
-1) Edit /​etc/​httpd/​extra/​httpd-vhosts.conf - Add one of these entries for each vhost that needs unique cgi-bin directories:​+Edit /​etc/​httpd/​extra/​httpd-vhosts.conf - Add one of these entries for each vhost that needs unique cgi-bin directories:​
  
 <​code>​vi /​etc/​httpd/​extra/​httpd-vhosts.conf <​code>​vi /​etc/​httpd/​extra/​httpd-vhosts.conf
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   </​Directory></​code>​   </​Directory></​code>​
  
-2) Restart Apache+Restart Apache
 <​code>/​etc/​rc.d/​rc.httpd restart</​code>​ <​code>/​etc/​rc.d/​rc.httpd restart</​code>​
  

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