sorry correction Monique to my previous email
the configuration exists in the /etc/apache-ssl/httpd.conf
----- Original Message -----
From: "Monique Y. Mudama" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 2004 12:30 PM
Subject: Re: httpd.conf
> On 2004-04-20, Linux Nick penned:
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> > Does anyone have a working httpd.conf file that they could send me,
> > directly or to the list? One that is hosting 2 sites in vhosts. Im
> > really looking for one that is hosting on secure and one that is
> > unsecure, but ill take just one with 2 working vhsots. Im tired of
> > looking at "sample" configs they never seem to work, I want one in
> > production right now that is known to work.
> > Also is it possible to host 1 secure site and 1 unsecure site on the
> > same address and when they put the https: instead of the http: the
> > server automaticly knows which one to serve? Or would I have to change
> > the name of one to be ssl.domain.com and the other www.domain.com?
> Rather than trying to do it all in one file, install both the apache and
> the apache-ssl packages. You will then have separate configuration
> files for your secure and insecure servers, one in /etc/apache, one in
> HTTPS uses a different port by default than does HTTP, so there should
> be no naming or IP issue.
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