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Re: Hijacked

If your using virtual hosts check the config carefully...
If you only have the one site, set Document (globally) to the path
of your site...

This kind of thing works ok for me...

ServerAdmin me@ckool.org
DocumentRoot /home/sites/www/psb
ServerName psb.ckool.org
#ErrorLog /var/log/apache/host.some_domain.com-error.log
TransferLog /var/log/apache/access_psb.log

home it helps 

On Thu, 19 Jul 2001, All Internet Services wrote:

> I am running Debian Linux 2.19. On one of my site, which
> I switched from old domain to new. There is a strange problem.
> I am hosting a site   http://www.jennswing.com
> on this server. When the site is brought, then instead of
> the original page, it brings the Debian Welcome page.
> I do not have the this page (index.html) in my /var/www directory.
> I also move or remove this page whenever I install a new linux
> or apache on the system.
> When I do nslookup on the server, it gives me the right address.
> And if I use lynx for this site it brings the original site. But when
> I try to bring up the site on any machine other than the server, it
> brings the Debian Welcome. It looks me some one hijacked the address.
> Any help will be extremely appreciated.
> Abu Umair
> All Internet Services

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