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2 months ago
kent
Everything works perfect. Thank you for your answers.
Forum: WampServer English
2 months ago
kent
Otomatic Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > It would still be necessary to see how the aliases are defined! aliases are configured in the httpd-vhosts.conf file. # Localhost <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName localhost ServerAlias localhost Alias /adminer "c:/wamp/apps/adminer4.8.1/" Alias /phpmyadmin "c:/wamp/apps/phpmyadm
Forum: WampServer English
3 months ago
kent
Otomatic Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > uwamp gives 'not found' because there is no > phpmyadmin alias. Period I had not seen this response. uwamp has no aliases folder, but aliases are handled directly in the httpd.conf file. And among those is phpmyadmin. If in uwamp I write the url localhost/phpmyadmin I enter correctly to phpmyadmin
Forum: WampServer English
3 months ago
kent
Otomatic Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Putting an include in the httpd.conf file is > exactly the same as writing the instructions of > the include file directly in the httpd.conf file. totally agree. For what I want to do, with delete or comment the line: #Include "${INSTALL_DIR}/alias/*.conf" It is more than enough However,
Forum: WampServer English
3 months ago
kent
I think maybe I didn't make myself understood with my question and solution. I don't speak English, and I do the translations through google, so I don't know if the translation was really correct. For me it is not nonsense, and fortunately I found the correct solution for what I wanted to do. If you want to delete the post, do it, you are within your rights. Maybe someone later with a
Forum: WampServer English
3 months ago
kent
Thanks Otomatic, and RiggsFolly for your answers. Solution: What happens is that wamp server does not handle the virtual hosts and aliases in the httpd.conf file. wamp server handles virtual hosts in a separate file. and the aliases in a folder. When hosts and aliases are handled in the httpd.conf file, each host is independent, and can only access what it has been given permission to.
Forum: WampServer English
3 months ago
kent
Thanks for answering. I think I didn't make myself understood. I give you the following example: xena.cox # <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName xena.cox DocumentRoot "c:/users/dex/documents/tutos" <Directory "c:/users/dex/documents/tutos/"> Options +Indexes +Includes +FollowSymLinks +MultiViews AllowOverride All Require all granted </Directory
Forum: WampServer English
3 months ago
kent
Hi, I have a dns created in windows: if I write the url . he tells me forbidden, and that's fine with me Later I create a virtual host for and it works fine. Now if I write the url . he tells me forbidden. But what I want is for it to tell me not found. How can I do to achieve it? Thanks.
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