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Thread: Are you seeing my post about VHost? rrlanham????

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    Default Are you seeing my post about VHost? rrlanham????

    Please teach me about wrong point of my configuration.



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    Hi,

    From your output above I can see the following problems

    You do not have any conf folder, which files in

    /home/vhost/vhost02/

    Inside here needs to be a conf/ folder which should contain a copy of all the XML files from the normal conf location.

    You will also need to create a applications/ folder

    Your VHost should then start.

    Shamrock

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    Thanks shamrock!
    Unfortunately... already I have that folder and files in that path....

    my output show me .... /home/vhosts/vhost03\conf\????.xml
    Just in my opinion....
    It (that path) should be "/home/vhosts/vhost03/conf/???.xml" or "\home\vhosts\vhost03\conf\???.xml"???
    but I don't know method to change that.

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    The path needs to be

    /home/vhosts/vhost03

    Shamrock

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    Also there is something weird going on with those "W" characters. That could be the problem. And that is probably related to the locale/language and/or encoding... It appears to be some type of unicode conversion problem.

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    How and where can I fix it? ??

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    It probably has something to do with your locale/encoding.

    Try editing [install-dir]/bin/setenv.bat and add this line (it may already be in there commented out - delete rem):

    set JAVA_OPTS=%JAVA_OPTS% -Duser.language=en -Duser.country=US
    Regarding your previous question, Windows uses backslashes for paths: c:\Program Files. Linux uses foreslashes: /home/user

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