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From Daniel Hellstrand <danhe...@student.luth.se>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] make files accessible without index.html file
Date Thu, 26 Sep 2002 17:37:19 GMT
I have enabled port forwarding on the router, otherwise I wouldn´t have been
able to get to the default page of the webserver (as I mentioned in my first
post)... But it seems like that when I add /~username to the ip for the server
it won´t forward it to the webserver, strange...

/Dan

Jacob Coby wrote:

> > First off:
> > How do I turn on +Indexes for a dir ? I have looke inside
> > /etc/httpd/conf/apache.conf and the autoindex_module is set to load, what
> else
> > can I do, can I modify the autoindex_module in some way ?
>
> <Directory /somewhere>
>     Options +Indexes
> </Directory>
>
> You can modify mod_autoindex, take a look at the link I posted earlier.
>
> > The error message I get when I try and access /~username from outside the
> router
> > is: "The page cannot be displayed" (so I guess that means "server not
> found"?)
>
> Yup.  Like was mentioned earlier, is port 80 configured at your router to
> point to your server?
>
> -Jacob
> http://www.listingbook.com
>
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