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From Aman Raheja <arah...@techquotes.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] where are html files stored
Date Wed, 01 Dec 2004 16:29:38 GMT
No doubt everyone here would recommend you read the apache docs.
Well, answering your qn - If you installed apache as /usr/local/apache2 
- the httpd.conf file in conf folder will have the DocumentRoot 
directive showing where your html files are stored.
Aman Raheja

 Ben Kuang wrote:

>hi:
>
>I just installed apache http server to my windows machine, and i think
>i did it successfully, because when i put this http://localhost:80/ in
>the address field of my browser and pressed enter, i was greeted with
>a successful install message.
>
>I am just wondering where apache stores my html file.  Let's say I
>want to create my own index.html, which folder should I put it so
>apache would know to look for it?
>Please keep in mind that I am only running apache locally, because I
>want to test some cgi scripts with it.
>
>thank you very much for feedbacks.
>

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