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Currently I have an Ubuntu Server 12.10 that I have running a single web site. The ISP I use, uses dynamic IP addresses (cable). Because of this, I use a service from no-ip.com to forward any traffic from my domain to my server. The single web site work perfectly, it is using Virtual Hosting.
If someone types: http://www.mydomain.com it takes them them to the web site I host on my Ubuntu server. Web site is in folder /var/www/mywebsite/
What I want to do is host additional web sites on this server. I want to be able to do this in two ways.
First way is if someone types:
this web site is stored in /var/www/example1
If someone types:
this web site is stored in /var/www/example2
Second way is If someone types:
this web site is stored in /var/www/anotherdomain
An optional third way, which I am not sure it can work, is If someone types:
this web site is stored in /var/www/example3
Access to some of these web sites will need to be be via username/password only.
My server is also currently hosting rutorrent. To get to it, I type:
https://mydomain.com/rutorrent It is password protected.
I am able to create additional web sites by editing the apache.conf file where I can go to:
this web site is stored in /var/www/test1
I am hoping that the the above is very straight forward to a web server guru.