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Old 02-20-2004, 01:42 PM   #16
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Hooray!!!!!!!!!!!
I used webmin and changed some setting so the file looks like this and it worked!

<VirtualHost *>
DocumentRoot "/var/www/diener.us/_vti_cnf"
ServerName diener.us
</VirtualHost>

I think it worked because I named the virtual host above. Obvious problem, Huh?

I have six other websites now and they are all working. The next problem will be, why they are scrambled. I created them using frontpage, could that be the problem? I will create new pages using a good html editor for linux and try that for a solution. If that will work or any other recommendations please let me know. Thanx again everyone!!!!! I hope this helps someone else.
 
  


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