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From JDeSalle <jdesa...@earthlink.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache setup round 2
Date Tue, 10 Dec 2002 23:29:43 GMT
Now find,  ServerName   www.your.domain   This may be in blue lettering 
and hard to see.
Once you have done that make sure the files your webbie uploaded are in 
the /var/www/html  directory.
and restart the  apache  /etc/init.d/httpd restart or  service httpd 
restart this has to be done as root.
then go to browser and check it.
Next we will set up your other hosts.

jd


Jalene Joyner wrote:

>done!
>
>	-----Original Message----- 
>	From: JDeSalle [mailto:jdesalle@earthlink.net] 
>	Sent: Tue 12/10/2002 5:16 PM 
>	To: users@httpd.apache.org 
>	Cc: 
>	Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Apache setup round 2
>	
>	
>
>
>	Great,
>	1. Open  /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf, then pagedown to where says
>	"ServerRoot" it should say " /etc/httpd"
>	2. Then go down to where it says "DocumentRoot" it should say
>	"/var/www/html"
>	3. Then to ServerAdmin   webmaster@your.domain
>	Do this first and then we will setup your virtualhosts.
>	
>	jd
>	
>	
>	Jalene Joyner wrote:
>	
>	>Yes, I know vi.  I just need to know what line(s) to add.
>	>
>	>-----Original Message-----
>	>From: JDeSalle [mailto:jdesalle@earthlink.net]
>	>Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2002 5:00 PM
>	>To: users@httpd.apache.org
>	>Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Apache setup round 2
>	>
>	>Jalene, 
>	>
>	>Lose the webmin and do it from an xterm or whatever teminal setup you
>	>use.
>	>
>	>Yes the file you want to edit is "httpd.conf" in your command line the
>	>path is /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
>	>I am assuming you know vi or pico editors? if not I can walk you through
>	>
>	>it .
>	>
>	>jd
>	>
>	>
>	>
>	>
>	>
>	>
>	>
>	>
>	>
>	>Jalene Joyner wrote:
>	>
>	> 
>	>
>	>>Is there a file that I can manually edit to make this thing work.  I am
>	>>trying to do this through webmin and I am driving myself crazy.  I have
>	>>not run or set up Apache before.
>	>>
>	>>My ultimate goal is to set up say 4 different website on this server.
>	>>   
>	>>
>	>I
>	> 
>	>
>	>>am assuming that I need to set up the virtual servers to accomplish
>	>>this???
>	>>
>	>>
>	>>
>	>>-----Original Message-----
>	>>From: JDeSalle [mailto:jdesalle@earthlink.net]
>	>>Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2002 3:24 PM
>	>>To: users@httpd.apache.org
>	>>Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Apache setup
>	>>
>	>>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:
>	>>>
>	>>>
>	>>>
>	>>>  
>	>>>
>	>>>     
>	>>>
>	>>>>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
>	>>>> 
>	>>>>
>	>>>>    
>	>>>>
>	>>>>       
>	>>>>
>	>>>ServerRoot
>	>>>
>	>>>
>	>>>  
>	>>>
>	>>>     
>	>>>
>	>>>>designation is used it gives us a page not found error.  This is
>	>>>> 
>	>>>>
>	>>>>    
>	>>>>
>	>>>>       
>	>>>>
>	>>>because
>	>>>
>	>>>
>	>>>  
>	>>>
>	>>>     
>	>>>
>	>>>>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
>	>>>> 
>	>>>>
>	>>>>    
>	>>>>
>	>>>>       
>	>>>>
>	>>>the
>	>>>
>	>>>
>	>>>  
>	>>>
>	>>>     
>	>>>
>	>>>>vvirtual server for planning, can anyone tell me what to look for?
>	>>>>
>	>>>>
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