Good evening fellow Debian user!
I'm running into trouble and I'm really clueless with apache.
What I want to have is the following scenario:
a) Webserver on Port 80
. with /var/www/ as DocumentRoot and
. with /usr/lib/cgi-bin as CGI-Bin directory
b) Webserver on Port 2000
. with /usr/www/ as DocumentRoot and
. with /usr/cgi-bin as CGI-Bin directory
The question now is: how to do.
Both servers have to run on the same machine and on the same ip
What I have tried so far is:
But this doesn't work.
The documentation of apache notes:
You can specify a :port to change the port that is matched. If
unspecified then it defaults to the same port as the most
recent Port statement of the main server. You may also specify
:* to match all ports on that address. (This is
recommended when used with _default_.)
I would appreciate any help but please try first.
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