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Solved: Multiple Domains with WordPress on One Server

WordPress has a feature called MultiSite, which is often confused for “multiple websites (domains)”, but is in fact “multiple sub-domains”. Although many people look forward to have multiple websites (with different domains) with wordpress to install on single server, but there is no simple solution from WordPress yet.
This post will help you in configuring multiple domains using wordpress on single server. We will be using Linux server (Ubuntu) with Apache 2.2 and wordpress 3.5.1 for our example. You can use the same idea for different OS and IIS (or other web server).

NOTE:Backup your wordpress directory, wordpress database and web server files and directories before continuing with the steps mentioned below.

After installation, wordpress uses all its files (mostly php) for single domain. So we will need to have multiple wordpress installation, each per domain (website). Installation of wordpress in Linux is just downloading the latest.tar.gz file from wordpress.org and extracting …

HP Procurve 8200/5400 usb device

HP Procurve 8200 and 5400 modular switches have a USB port which can be used to upgrade the firmware without the need of TFTP or XMODEM (in case you erased both images from both flash (primary and secondary), which takes very long time (up to 3-4 hours)). You can put your new firmware in USB, plug it in the USB port of Switch and copy it into flash of the switch.

HP-8212zl# copy usb flash K_15_10_0009.swi primary


In case you are getting error like "Error accessing USB device", then you can check the solution below:

Try accessing the usb device by issuing "dir" command from the priviledge mode:
HP-8212zl# dir
Error accessing USB device


The most common cause of this issue is that the USB device that we use is formatted as Fat 32. The Procurve devices are still not able to read the FAT 32 file systems and hence, the switch will not be able to access anything in that USB device. To make the USB device work in the switch, you need to format the USB device as FAT 16 (Quick Fo…