Justin Birtwell <justin.birtwellverizon.net> wrote:so far so good :)> Hi,
> I'm relatively new to Linux, and I'm trying to get Apache daemon setup.
> Apache seems to be running fine b/c I can stop and start the server, as well
> as open a browser and access the index.html page in
> \var\httpd\www\index.html by typing the URL [url]http://localhost/index.html[/url].
that cannot be.> What I'd now like to do is setup a public_html folder for the users on the
> I've searched through the FAQ for apache, read the configuration
> instructions for Apache by Redhat, as well as a Google search, but alas
> can't seem to get an answer to a basic questions.
have the user make a dir called public_html in hist $HOME and set the> folder in the their \home\username\ folder. do you do this manually? do
> you let Apache configuration tool to do this? Is this apart of the Apache
above in apache's main cfg file.
apachectl restart and you're done
[url]http://localhost/~username/[/url] should make the index file of
/home/username/public_html/ come up
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ what is that?>
> Here's what I've tried
> 1. Create a folder with public sharing activated, in \home\user\public_html.
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