Running Multicraft and Wordpress on same VPS

Discussion in 'Systems Administration' started by TMCThomas00, Jul 10, 2019.

  1. Hello everyone,

    I'm not entirely sure if the spigot forums is the right place for this question, but I couldn't think of many other forums where there are people who might have experience with both.
    Question 1:
    Anyway, so I'm currently already running multicraft with a minecraft server on my vps without any issues. (apache2, PHP, mySQL etc. all set up) I recently bought a domain (which I already setup to connect to the minecraft server) which got me intrested in running a website from that same vps (website for the minecraft server) so i followed this guide:—-create-new-virtual-host-files

    and created one of the 2 virtual hosts from the guide (so I only followed the steps from, with my own domain ofcourse) But than I ran into an issue. When I disable 000-default.conf with sudo a2dissite and enable my own domain, I do indeed get the succes message but I cannot go to multicraft anymore. It will just tell me that www.mydomain/multicraft/ is not found anymore. If I undo this I can again go to multicraft but I'm back at the standard Apache2 page. Now a week ago I had never even used linux so you can imagine that I don't know much yet about all of this. I do know some very basics but definitely not how to solve this problem. Does anyone know what needs to be done?

    Question 2:
    Now I already have a second question, as seen in the title I was going to install wordpress for the website, and when finished with the guide above I was supposed to proceed with these 2:
    (I'm btw running on ubuntu 16.04)

    But I wonder if following these guides will interfere with my multicraft installation. Does anyone know if I can just install these with causing any issues regarding multicraft or will I have to change things about multicraft. Especially the first one made me a bit cautious, I really wouldn't want to lose acces to the server.

    Sorry for the large questions but I couldn't get the answers on the internet (and i'm not entirely sure what I should be looking for)

    Greetings Thomas.