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From Jim Walls <k6...@earthlink.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] stupid question
Date Sun, 15 Dec 2002 06:17:20 GMT
Kirk Bailey wrote:

> I bought a server from a friend in the cohosting biz, and it came set up for
> the web, and able to mount several domains if needed- which came in handy later.
>
> In my box, web domains are off of the /www directory, each one having it's
> domain name as it's web directory name, so howlermonkey.net is in
> /www/www.howlermonkey.net, sacredelectron is /www/www.sacredelectron.org, and
> so on.
>
> Normally, if a server only had one domain in it, what directory are the web
> files in, and what  is it traditionally named? I am running FreeBSD if this
> helps any.

Mine (under Windows 2K) are in:  C:\Program Files\Apache\ApacheGroup\Apache2\htdocs


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