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Virtual Hosts Settings
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:323(title)
Virtual hosts allow you to run different servers for different IP addresses, different host names, or different ports on the same machine. For example, you can run the website for and on the same Web server using virtual hosts. This option corresponds to the <VirtualHost> directive for the default virtual host and IP-based virtual hosts. It corresponds to the <NameVirtualHost> directive for a name-based virtual host.
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:324(para)
Set the DocumentRoot directive to the directory that contains the root document (such as index.html) for the virtual host. The default DocumentRoot is <filename>/var/www</filename>.
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:340(para)
The ServerAdmin directive within the VirtualHost stanza is the email address used in the footer of error pages if you choose to show a footer with an email address on the error pages.
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:345(para)
Server Settings
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:352(title)
This section explains how to configure basic server settings.
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:353(para)
Apache is a modular server. This implies that only the most basic functionality is included in the core server. Extended features are available through modules which can be loaded into Apache. By default, a base set of modules is included in the server at compile-time. If the server is compiled to use dynamically loaded modules, then modules can be compiled separately, and added at any time using the LoadModule directive. Otherwise, Apache must be recompiled to add or remove modules. Ubuntu compiles Apache2 to allow the dynamic loading of modules. Configuration directives may be conditionally included on the presence of a particular module by enclosing them in an &lt;IfModule&gt; block. You can install additional Apache2 modules and use them with your Web server. You can install Apache2 modules using the <application>apt-get</application> command. For example, to install the Apache2 module for MYSQL authentication, you can run the following command from a terminal prompt:
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Located in ../generic/serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:373(para)
Once you install the module, the module will be available in the <filename>/etc/apache2/mods-available</filename> directory. You can use the <application>a2enmod</application> command to enable a module. You can use the <application>a2dismod</application> command to disable a module. Once you enable the module, the module will be available in the the <filename>/etc/apache2/mods-enabled</filename> directory.
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Located in serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:405(para)
The <application>mod_ssl</application> module is available in <application>apache2-common</application> package. If you have installed this package, you can run the following command from a terminal prompt to enable the <application>mod_ssl</application> module:
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Located in ../generic/serverguide/C/web-servers.xml:424(para)
In order for <application>Apache</application> to provide HTTPS, a <emphasis>certificate</emphasis> and <emphasis>key</emphasis> file are also needed. For information on generating a key and obtaining a certificate see <xref linkend="certificates-and-security"/>
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