- Resolved: Solved on my own. Someone else working on the same server remotely made some adjusted to the httpd .conf files while he was on Vacation without notifying me.I've added the change/fix below in case someone ever has similar problems-
SOLUTION: In var/etc/conf.d all the .conf files had their DocumentRoot set to the Drupal6 folder, instead of the Wordpress folder.
Running into a strange problem. I have a local server running Red Hat on a virtual machine (accessed through putty). I'm using this server to work on a website in Django, which I run with:
python manage.py runserver 0.0.0.0: 8080.
Now that works just fine, and I can access it through redHatIP:8080. However, I recently downloaded and installed Wordpress, Drupal, and Mint. Mint was added to the original site, and I access it through redHatIP/mint. Wordpress and Drupal are completely unrelated to the original site, but are both located in /var/www/html (long with the original site located through my 8080 poty).
I accessed drupal and wordpress through redHatIP/drupal and redhatIP respectively, and it was working just fine until today. For some reason when I go to redHatIP now I receive the following error in my internet browser:
The requested URL / was not found on this server.
If I go to redHatIP/drupal I received The requested URL /drupal was not found on this server, to redHatIP/anything I receive The requested URL /anything was not found on this server et cetera. This applies to Mint as well, which I access through redHatIP/mint. However, I can still access the original site through redHatIP:8080, and that works just fine.
I completely removed Django and wordpress, then downloaded them again. I tried having just one of them located in /var/www/html/, but that did nothing. I tried moving them to /var/www/, but that also did nothing.
When I go to my error log messages in /pwd/log/httpd/error_log It has the following message:
_default_ VirtualHost overlap on port 80, the first has precedence.
However this was reported the day before all this happened, when I had both Django and Wordpress together, and there hasn't been any message since.
I have been unable to fix this on my own, nor have I found a solution on the net. Any ideas? Any other information that would help understand the problem? et cetera?