wwww sever apache
nigel at nlc.net.au
Mon Aug 2 20:42:26 CST 1999
If apache is already setup on your computer, all you have to do is put the
files you want served on the /home/httpd/html directory, and then by
viewing localhost http://localhost or the machine name/ip address over the
network, the pages you have in that directory should be shown, whether it
is a intranet or the Internet.
To see if apache is running type "ps aux | grep httpd"
If it is not running, try typing ntsysv if you are running redhat, and
setting on apache to automatically run...
Mail me if you have any further queries....
email nigel at nlc.net.au
On Mon, 2 Aug 1999, nick cradock wrote:
> How do you use apache to serve web pages in an intranet situation, I don't
> know where to put the html files do i make a dir called html public, do you
> set up a normal user account for people to log in and only give them access
> to that folder? Or do you setup a ppp account? How do you do this? where can
> i find more information on this .
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