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Old 12-03-2009, 09:56 AM   #1
Karas
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Set up .name.domain, but how do I set .domain/name


I've used the hosts file to make it so people can access their domain by typing
Code:
name.server.domain
But is there a way to also have it so that a user can enter
Code:
http://server.doman/name
and still access their own sub-domains page?
 
Old 12-03-2009, 10:31 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by Karas View Post
I've used the hosts file to make it so people can access their domain by typing
Code:
name.server.domain
But is there a way to also have it so that a user can enter
Code:
http://server.doman/name
and still access their own sub-domains page?
Do you mean http://server.doman/~name, that is the default behavour in Apache. iirc, you set it in the config file
 
  


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