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I need to create a wildcard DNS for an application I want to run. I have full root access to my server but I am not familiar with server programming.
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http://www.hostmysit...l/dns/wildcard/
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Thanks for the response, but that won't help me. I don't use cPanel, my server is set up with Plesk. I already did the Plesk portion of the setup, but it also needs to be set up on the server. That's where my problem lies. I have tried to follow some instructions I picked up from other sites, but it does not seem to be working.
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