I need a help from all kindly reply for bellow problem.
If you have a sites-available directory in your Apache configuration
directory (for example, /etc/apache2/sites-available, then you should
rename your configuration file to match your site (e.g.,
reviews.example.com.conf) and put it in that directory. Then create a
symbolic link from that file to the sites-enabled directory. This is the
most common setup on Debian or Ubuntu-based distributions. So for example:
$ cd /etc/apache2/sites-available
$ cp /var/www/reviews.example.com/conf/apache-wsgi.conf reviews.example.com.conf
$ cd ../sites-enabled
$ ln -s ../sites-available/reviews.example.com.conf .
If you do not have a sites-available or sites-enabled directory, you’ll
need to embed the configuration file in your global Apache configuration
file (usually /etc/httpd/httpd.conf or/etc/httpd/apache2.conf).
Can any one tell how to do this you’ll need to embed the configuration file
in your global Apache configuration file
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