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From "Jalene Joyner" <Jalene.Joy...@mail.state.ar.us>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Apache setup round 2
Date Tue, 10 Dec 2002 23:20:00 GMT
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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