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Mar
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awarded  Curious
Feb
18
asked Server setup and configuration
Feb
17
awarded  Commentator
Feb
17
comment Using Drush permissions issue
@Ketan: I added feedback to my question
Feb
17
revised Using Drush permissions issue
drush verbose mode output
Feb
17
asked Using Drush permissions issue
Feb
16
comment New Linux server user permissions
@wurtel: It isn't a VPS. It's an in house installation of Ubuntu on a spare computer for use as a testing server
Feb
16
comment New Linux server user permissions
Thanks Arul. I provided feedback in an update to my question.
Feb
16
revised New Linux server user permissions
visudo update
Feb
16
asked New Linux server user permissions
Feb
13
comment Installing elementaryOS
Yes, I did that but it still wasn't recognised
Feb
13
asked Installing elementaryOS
Dec
3
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
24
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
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asked Uninstalling *.run file
Mar
7
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
12
comment Remove a directory level from a website URL
yep! I already changed DocumentRoot but remember I have multiple websites on the server. I can only make this URL renaming work for one site. HOWEVER, I do think finding a way to make my virtualhost definitions to work will solve this problem ...
Apr
12
revised Remove a directory level from a website URL
remove edits
Apr
12
comment Remove a directory level from a website URL
Thanks for your response. I have virtualhosts defined on my server under /etc/httpd/conf/vhosts.The only problem is they don't have any effect. When I build sites on my Ubuntu VPS, I always have to define a virtualhost file for each site, enable it and restart apache for the site to be visible and work. BUT, on my employers CENTOS server, I noticed, totally be accident, once I drop my wedsite files into /var/www, it immediately becomes visible in a browser. I described this issue @ unix.stackexchange.com/questions/35319/…