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From Matthew Shannon <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Location of Webpages in Redhat 9
Date Thu, 15 Jan 2004 20:08:05 GMT
I'm assuming you are using the rpm installation of apache. There should
be an httpd configuration directory in /etc that contains the
httpd.conf. The directive you are looking for is DocumentRoot. This will
tell you where the top of the directory tree Apache is looking at is
located. I believe it defaults to /var/www/htdocs.


On Thu, 2004-01-15 at 12:04, Saad Ahmed wrote:
> Hi, I have just installed RedHat 9 and Apache is running. I can see
> the test page from computers on the network. I have created a webpage
> that I want to host. Where in Redhat should I put the page index.html
> so that users could access that? Thanks, Saad.

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