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Apache giving false 404 errors ....

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by JamRover, Mar 15, 2003.

  1. JamRover

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    I've had this problem before and I forgot how I fixed it ....

    but..........whenever I create a reseller account, the username they make /~username doesn't show up. It just says 404 when I use that method.

    Other times it shows a wrong footer for the server information during a directory listing or if you go to an ip it shows the wrong info as well ... any ideas?
     
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    Hi.

    Yes that is done. After the domain name and the server ip address and I still get this error. Its only on new accounts too not any that were setup pre-upgrading to cPanel 6.

    I have two resellers waiting to be setup. :(
     
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    did you have a ticket on this?
     
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    Not after domain name or ip address. Of course you'll have a / between domain name or ip address and ~username.

    Put a / after ~username.

    like http://domain/~username/
     
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