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HELP! Domain add-on issues. [moved]

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by maxigumee, Jun 2, 2005.

  1. maxigumee

    maxigumee Registered

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    HELP! Domain add-on issues.

    I just registered a new domain name at Godaddy.com. I want to point this new domain name to a site hosted on my web space. I went to the Domain Add-on section of cPanel and entered the URL, etc. Then, when I pressed enter, I got an error message that said that the domain name was already configured.

    I am guessing that I got this error message because I had added this domain name before, but since I never ended up registering it, I deleted it from the Add-on domain list. It seems that there are still remnants left behind from that and it won't let me add the domain.

    How can I go and erase all previous information from an add-on domain so that I can add it on AGAIN?

    I really need to know soon as I'm in kind of a rush to have this website up.

    Thanks!
     
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    If this is your server, you should check in the the apache configuration file /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf and see if the domain has an entry and remove it and restart httpd.
     
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    No, the domain isn't my server. I pay a hosting company for web space. I have written to the company about it, but they still haven't gotten back to me about it. I was wondering if there was any way I could do it myself.
     
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    No, only your hosting provider can investigate and fix that for you.
     
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