Problem with subdomains. Please help :(

Annael

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Aug 14, 2004
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Hello,

My problem is something like that :

I'm using hosting for cpanel. I've got one main domain (for example domain.net).

On that domain I have many (exactly 97) subdomains (named for example like that sub1.domain.net, sub2.domain.net).

And on every of that subdomain I have some subdomains, but every subdomain has subsubdomain forum. For I have something like that:

forum.sub1.domain.net
forum.sub2.domain.net
forum.sub3.domain.net

Cpanel shows that path to subdomains of subdomains are like that:

forum.sub1, forum.sub2. etc.

but every of that subdomain forum is pointing to the same place ( /public_html/forum).

I would like to do it to point that way:

sub1.domain.net -> /public_html/sub1/
forum.sub1.domain.net -> /public_html/sub1/forum/
sub2.domain.net -> /public_html/sub2/
forum.sub2.domain.net -> /public_html/sub2/forum/
sub3.domain.net -> /public_html/sub3/
forum.sub3.domain.net -> /public_html/sub3/forum/
sub4.domain.net -> /public_html/sub4/
forum.sub4.domain.net -> /public_html/sub4/forum/

To today I done that by manualy editing Apache configuration. But that's sick.

I bought the hosting with cpanel because I wanted to have everything automated :(

Right know I have too much work to set every domain by myself manualy :(

Could anyone help me ?? :(

That's a little bug - I know that...

Please response quickly...
 

Annael

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I bypassed that problem.

I can't create a subdomain (forum) in subdomain (sub1) byut I can create a subdomain (forum.sub1) in main domain :)

And that's working....

But the problem I had is a very big minus for the cpanel developers team - that's a very big bug, because cpanel all the time believes that he have right seted everything and he crashes in almost every page (because hes is trying to read data from the directory that doesn't exists)


I believe that cpanel developers will correct that ASAP, because it's really making nervous...