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From Fred Atkinson <fatkin...@mishmash.com>
Subject Re: Best way to do this
Date Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 GMT
    Yes, considering all I was asking if this was (in your humble opinions)
the best way to go.  

    I've looked at several books.  They describe different ways of
doing this.  I want to see what you people think.  



                                            Fred 

>> >    What I am getting at is running Apache.  Then, creating multiple
>> >domains and directories to point them at.  Next, assigning each subdirectory
>> >to a different user so each user can update their files to manage their
>> >Web site.  Each user would exercise exclusive control over their files
>> >but Apache would be running under a separate user (perhaps root).
>> 
>> Get the _Apache_Server_Bible_ by Mohammed J. Kabir, pub. by IDG books.  RTFM.
>
>Easy, tiger :) This is a users list. We expect people to take a look at the
>documentation first, but 'RTFM' is not a very useful answer in this kind of
>forum. If an question from a user is already answered in the documentation,
>just point him to the relevant section.
>
>Daniel
>
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