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Professional web developer making the transition into Android apps


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revised Java NullPointer Exception for Sencha CMD
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asked Uninstalling *.run file
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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 ...
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revised Remove a directory level from a website URL
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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/…
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revised Remove a directory level from a website URL
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comment CentOS Apache virtual hosts sites-available type structure
:-) yes! I just put aSite in there as a place holder
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comment Centos Crontab not responding
Thank you! That works
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accepted Centos Crontab not responding
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comment Centos Crontab not responding
non of those files (cron.allow nor cron.deny) nor any matching username file exits in /var/spool/cron/crontabs
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