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BOOK: Professional Search Engine Optimization with PHP: A Dev's Guide to SEO ISBN: 978-0-470-10092-9
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Old August 5th, 2007, 09:15 PM
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Default virtual host problem

Hi folks,

I'm relatively new to PHP and programming in general. I've picked up this book and find the subject very intriguing. However, I'm having a hard time getting off the ground.

I'm trying to set up my virtual host for seophp.example.com. I've adjusted my httpd-vhosts file with the exact info presented on page 10 of the text.

Now, I stop my apache server with the xampp control panel. When I try to restart it, the default windows error window pops up (I'm using XP home) and apache is unable to start.

If I remove the virtual host info on page 10, it is able to start back up again. Anyone know why this data is preventing my apache host from starting? (My document root folder is correct, c:\xampp)

Thanks for the help.

-CJ
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Default Setting up virtual hosts on Vista

I know it has been a while since this question has been asked but I am sure there are many out there who must be still facing this problem. On Apache Friends I found a very good article on this topic. The article has addressed most of the issues faced by us while setting up the virtual hosts on Vista. Hope it will help everyone.

Here is the link: http://www.apachefriends.org/f/viewt...694&view=print

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