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Re: give website access before dns propagation




use *.admindomain.tld,

ORIGIN admindomain.tld.

*	IN	CNAME	users.admindomain.tld.

and then suexec for every virtual

Andrius


On Wed, 10 Mar 2004, William Dode wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> In apache, how can i give access to my user before dns propagation ?
> 
> I would like that the user can use an url like that one
> www.admindomain.tld/~www.newsite.tld
> 
> I can easily use an alias to redirect the document-root but i could'nt
> change the user and group (for suexec)...
> 
> One solution that i find is to create a subdomains
> (newsite.admindomain.tld) but i would prefer to find an apache solution
> (to don't reload dns database)
> 
> Any idea ?
>  
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> 
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