If you want to change your documentroot to /joomla
Pleace search for Frisbe s answeres about virtual Host and customized.conf.
Or look at my answere in this treaht viewtopic.php?t=13928&p=65201#p65201
The easyest way to do this changes is here
Create one file with a nice name. I use Customized.conf
Dont use Notepad. Use Dreamviewer, or WInscp or something
Save this some easy place to reach.
I use share/Qweb
Add this line to apache.conf= include /share/Qweb/customized.conf
In the customized conf you put your virtual host lines
If you want to add more virtual host to have more homepages in your Qnas
then add next virtual host to customized.conf.
This is an example of customized.conf includ 10-15 domains
Every line started with # is not running. I have added them only to rember the lines i need when restarting the apacheserver
Then I can just copy the line in to WINscp terminalwindow and press run.
If you whant to pause some domain, you can put # before your lines, and the apache server dont run it.
Then create a folder named yourseconddomain under Qweb.
To restart your Apache server just start WinSCP
and the terminal window - Or use putty
Here are the command you run inside of the terminal window to restart your apache server/etc/init.d/./Qthttpd.sh restart
Now you have to domains.
I run around 12 domains on my Qnas, and there are no problems.
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