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Old 02-27-2002, 11:12 PM   #1
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Question server set up, multi user

I am going to be setting up a new box, Red Hat 7.2, and will be co locating it. I am sharing it with a friend and we each want to install and manage our own web accounts. That is we each want to have a domain with an ip, and have virtual accounts that we would add in httpd.conf. We also want to have our own virtualusertable and alias files.
How is this done using apache? Do I install apache twice, which doesn't make a lot of sense to me, but I am new to this anyway?
Is there an interface like linuxconf or webadmin that will help in creating and managing these users and tables in apache? I want to duplicate some of the functionality that I had from my old hosting company, where with a web interface I could add users change passwords, redirect email etc.

I have some good books on Red Hat and Apache. I see that they address this, but any feed back would be appreciated.


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