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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by punjabipredator, Aug 9, 2006.

  1. punjabipredator

    punjabipredator Well-Known Member

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    I have noticed that when i go to my ns1.example.com it goes to my rvadmin files rather then the green page that says "There is nothing configured here" How can i fix this problem so it goes to the green page and not the files. Another problem i am having is that everytime a reseller has his or her account deleted it will go to my rvadmin files how can i change is this so it goes to This page cannot be found or There is nothing configured here rather then my files. What do you guys do for this problem. Please let me know. Thank You.
     
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    Apache will throw up whichever site appears first for an IP address in httpd.conf if it's not for a specific ServerName or ServerAlias. So, for each IP address, you need to move the site you want to see to be the first VritualHost container for the IP address.
     
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    Hello

    I have all the accounts on one ip address which is being shared how can i have each reseller client have there own site. For example if a reseller deletes a user from cpanel then i want it to go to there site rather then mine or rvadmin files. ns1.example.com should have a green page and not files being shown how can i fix this problem do i need to edit something in httpd.conf. Please let me know. Thank You.



     
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    To do that, you would have to park the deleted domain against another site. You can only have one catchall VirtualHost in httpd.conf per IP address.
     
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