Premium URL Shortener "URL not found"
Following your video “How To Build Your URL Short System (Premium URL Shortening Setup)” i replicate it exactly.
Everything’s went fine until it needed to past the few lines (19:32 on your video) in apache2/sites-unabled/000-default.conf
In fact, in the folder apache/sites-unabled, there nothing, the folder is empty.
I found the file “000-default.conf” in the folder apache2/sites-available, i make the changes on the file, try to move the file
to sites-unabled (then restart apache) folder but no success, the links pricing, blog, login & Get Started still fall on a error page. bellow what’s it displays.
In addition the Shortener module displayed on the landing page doesn’t work…
The requested URL was not found on this server.
Apache/2.4.41 (Ubuntu) Server at “site name” Port 80
i was able to already put the system online ONLY because of your great explanations.
I’m wondering if i miss something, or if there was any changes in the way to get it done since you publish your video?
In order to be absolutely sure, i reinstall a blank server on Contabo and went again step by step to the complete process.
everything's went perfect, the install files was deleted and the site is now live, however, all the links return to the same "Not Found" page.
In the folder Sites-enabled, there's a EMPTY FOLDER 000-default.conf but no files with such name
A file 000-default.conf is present in the FOLDER Sites-available
I don't want to mess with anything at this point so ....thanks in advance
Hi friend, you just need to copy the lines from my blog guide and restart apache service, as mentioned in the blog guide, did you check it?
I am also having the same problem. I copied the below tags in 000-default.conf and restarted the apache service. I am still getting URL not found issue.
Also, Is it a good and safe to give our ftp credentials (root access) to premium URL support team to further investigate?
Require all granted
Runt these commands:
sudo a2enmod rewrite sudo systemctl restart apache2.service