Oddity with the good old defaultwebpage.cgi showing up on a cPanel install
I’m running WHM/cPanel on a dedicated host and for a particular project I’ve got going we need to leverage MultiSite.
Just to preface,
sub.domain.tld/wp-adminseems to work just fine as it throws the visitor over to
However, when you visit the
sub.domain.tldyou’re redirected to
When I take a look at
/etc/httpd/domlogs/_wildcard_.domain.tldit is indeed hitting the wildcard. Further, both the primary domain.tld and *.domain.tld are directed to the same
/home/username/public_html, so that’s not a problem.
public_html/.htaccessshows the following:
Any ideas as to what may be causing cPanel to want to load up
cgi-sys/defaultwebpage.cgiinstead of the WP
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