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From JDeSalle <jdesa...@earthlink.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache setup
Date Tue, 10 Dec 2002 21:23:32 GMT
No, DocumentRoot should be in "/var/www/html" This is where you 
documents are being served from.

SeverRoot should be "/etc/httpd"  This is where your config files are 
for Apache

jd


Jalene Joyner wrote:

>Are you saying that the DocumentRoot for the Default server should be
>set at "/etc/httpd"?
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: JDeSalle [mailto:jdesalle@earthlink.net] 
>Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2002 3:09 PM
>To: users@httpd.apache.org
>Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Apache setup
>
>Jalene,  your ServerRoot should be "/etc/httpd" and your DocumentRoot 
>should be /var/www/html.
>If you try to serve your site from ServerRoot you won't let you have 
>access that directory to serve your documents.
>RedHat splits up the directories with the default RPM installs. One is 
>for configs and one is for serving documents.
>
>hope this helps
>jd
>
>
>Jalene Joyner wrote:
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>>I have Apache Server 1.3.23 running on a Red Hat Linux 7.3 server.  I
>>have a user that is running DreamWeaver MX and trying to create dynamic
>>(relative) links on a webpage.  When the link is setup using the
>>DocumentRoot designation the link works properly and when the
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>ServerRoot
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>>designation is used it gives us a page not found error.  This is
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>because
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>>it is going back to the root of the webserver which is set as
>>/var/www/html/ (this is documentroot for the default server).
>>
>>When the links are set up they look like:  LINK1 goes to
>>//red_tic/planning/page_2 and LINK2 goes to //red_tic/page_2 and it
>>(link2) should go to the same place as LINK1.
>>
>>I believe there is something I did not set up properly when I set up
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>the
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>>vvirtual server for planning, can anyone tell me what to look for?
>>
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