If it was as Bill said, the default Apache site was in use.  You can
disable it with a2dissite : sudo a2dissite 000-default (or whatever
the name of the default site's file is in sites-enabled).

On Mar 5, 12:49 pm, tadow <tadow...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Bill,
> Can you provide any details on what you did to fix this?  I have the
> exact same issue and same situation (Debian).
> On Feb 19, 4:54 pm, "Bill DeVoe" <bill.de...@maptek.com> wrote:
> > Hi Christian,
> > Thank you for the very speedy response. There was a default configuration 
> > that I needed to alter, but it's all happy now.
> > Thanks again!
> >                                                                 --- Bill.
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