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multiple web pages with lampp

Postby duzzo76 » 21. April 2009 10:04

Hello, I'm new to lampp, but i got my personal web page working. The problem is that i don't know how to host several web sites with lammp.. My system is Fedora 8 x64. Could anybody please help me?
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Re: multiple web pages with lampp

Postby Wiedmann » 21. April 2009 10:14

Put one in "./htdocs/site1" and another in "./htdocs/site2" and access them with "http://localhost/site1/" and "http://localhost/site2/"
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Re:Re: multiple web pages with lampp

Postby duzzo76 » 21. April 2009 10:31

Thank you Wiedmann !
Can i acess the pages from outside my network?
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Re: multiple web pages with lampp

Postby Wiedmann » 21. April 2009 10:37

This depends on your router/firewall configuration.
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Re: multiple web pages with lampp

Postby duzzo76 » 21. April 2009 11:17

Previously I used no-ip to acess my web page from outside, and it worked. I could accsess It by entering www.netimpressos.com on a browser. My question is if I place a folder in htdocs named for instance "whatever", can i access it typing on the browser www.whatever.com. Thanks
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Re: multiple web pages with lampp

Postby Wiedmann » 21. April 2009 12:17

My question is if I place a folder in htdocs named for instance "whatever", can i access it typing on the browser www.whatever.com. Thanks

So you want access different webpages (content) with different hostnames?
--> In this case you must setup vhosts.
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Re: multiple web pages with lampp

Postby duzzo76 » 22. April 2009 09:23

can I do that with lampp?
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Re: multiple web pages with lampp

Postby Wiedmann » 22. April 2009 09:29

can I do that with lampp?

Sure. (If not, my answer would be "not possible", and not "you must setup vhosts".)
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Re: multiple web pages with lampp

Postby duzzo76 » 22. April 2009 09:45

do you know where i can find a guide that shows me how to set up hosts with lampp?
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Re: multiple web pages with lampp

Postby Wiedmann » 22. April 2009 10:24

do you know where i can find a guide that shows me how to set up hosts with lampp?

The webserver in the XAMPP package is an Apache. So you can find all infos in the Apache manual.
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Re: multiple web pages with lampp

Postby duzzo76 » 22. April 2009 10:57

Thank you for all thr help
I will try that
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Re: multiple web pages with lampp

Postby duzzo76 » 22. April 2009 11:30

It seems i must edit a httpd-vhosts.conf file, but is the one on lampp folder or the one on etc?
I'm not sure about which files I must edit.
Could you help me?
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Re: multiple web pages with lampp

Postby Wiedmann » 22. April 2009 11:41

but is the one on lampp folder or the one on etc?

All XAMPP related files are in "/opt/lampp/...".

(IMHO the location for some files you can also find on the XAMPP for Linux homepage)
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Re: multiple web pages with lampp

Postby duzzo76 » 22. April 2009 11:51

Thank you
I'll look into that
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Re: multiple web pages with lampp

Postby Nobbie » 22. April 2009 12:01

duzzo76 wrote:It seems i must edit a httpd-vhosts.conf file, but is the one on lampp folder or the one on etc?Thanks


Oops! If you find a httpd-vhosts.conf in or under /etc, it means that you already have installed an Apache on your linux. Usually it collides with Xampps Apache, did you successfully install and (more important) start Xampp?
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