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From "Cliff PETERSON" <cpeter...@weber.edu>
Subject Apache on NetWare version 6
Date Fri, 18 Jan 2002 16:43:37 GMT
First, I'm a total novice to Apache. I have been involved with the
repair and programing of both mainframes (IBM) and PCs since the early
1960's. I learn fast.

My problem and question follows. I have just installed a Novell NetWare
6 server which comes with the Apache Web server included. From what I
read in general Apache books, the main configuration is located in file
httpd.conf. When I look in that file I find it is a generic file that
doesn't include any of the configuration information for my server. I
find the actual configuration information in a file adminserv.conf. I
would like to create a name-based virtual host (very basic) for my
personal use while learning this platform but I'm missing something
here. Steps I have already taken are-

1. I have a DNS entry for both the Apache server and a different entry
for the virtual host both pointing to the same IP address. Both return
responses to a ping.

2. In the adminserv.conf I made the following entries
<VirtualHost (my virtual host name):80>
       ServerName (my virtual host name)
       DocumentRoot SYS:(my path)
</VirtualHost>

3.  In (my path) I put a index.html file.

When I try to access this machine I get the default Apache index.html
instead of my page.

I could use some guidance, PLEASE.

Cliff


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