View Full Version : having three different domains on the same Kubuntu
Oct 14th 2007, 05:21 PM
Can anybody tell me what must I do or how can I host three different domains [read websites]on my Kubuntu Linux?
I have static ip, I have LinkSys router. I have LAMP installed. I saved my first domain in /var/www/
If I want to have to additional domains on the same computer what must I do and how can I address these two additional websites?
My ip is: 188.8.131.52
Please help me ...
Yours in Faith, Grega SmartDuck from Peace refuge: http://users.skavt.net/~gleskovs
Oct 14th 2007, 07:01 PM
Not entirely sure I understand your question. Your IP address, whether static or not, has nothing to do with which web pages you wish to view. Just type in the URL in Konqueror. Or, are you talking about setting up your computer for hosting (one or more) specific domain accounts for others to access?
Oct 14th 2007, 08:08 PM
Yes, I want to set up my computer for hosting (more) specific domain accounts for others to access.
Yes, I want to host three different domains on my Linux Kubuntu 7.4. I am totaly lost, please help me. Thanks in advance. Yours in Faith Smartduck
Oct 15th 2007, 12:32 AM
I have not look in some time but Apache's documentation tells you how to do this pretty clearly. It should be a matter of creating a config file with the correct info and Apache should take care of the rest. I hate to say it but RTM. One Apache server is capable of serving many, many web sites.
Oct 15th 2007, 07:00 AM
In addition to reading the Apache man pages, you'll probably also have to set up port forwarding for your Linksys router (to forward the http, https, ftp, etc ports/traffic to Apache to handle once it's set up). The port forwarding should be pretty simple, once you figure out the port numbers, as Linksys routers all have a web browser based configuration panel to set these things up in. There will be an IP address you type into the address bar in Firefox, or other browser of choice, to access this control panel.
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