I removed all NameVirtualHosts from my virtualhosts. There appears to be one in the /etc/apache2/ports.conf however. Should I edit it there?
 Edited there. No difference.
Whenever I try to subdomain my site I get warnings like
...but adding a NameVirtualHost does not help. Sometimes I can get it to stop printing the warning, but it still overrides everything, not just the URLs I wanted.
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I have wordpress installed in /usr/share/wordpress, shared. I also have a few user-modifiable directories in /srv/www/wp-content/lmgmg.sitename.com/uploads and so forth.
I am hoping to be able to define mysite.com with a documentroot of /usr/share/wordpress, and alias /wp-content/uploads into the various /srv/www/wp-content/site/uploads directories individually. So far, I can't alias /wp-contents/uploads individually, only globally.
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I did not read the entire thread, but normally with apache, each virtual host is defined in it's on file in the directory:
Then you make a symlink to the file(s) in that directory from:
When I read (maybe too quickly) though the thread, it seems you were trying to create a new virtual host with the configuration file of an existing virtual host. If that's not the case, I apologize; as I only quickly glanced over the thread.
Then you symlink to these files, something like:
There are apache2 commands to do this for you.
Then restart of course. (service apache2 restart)
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