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From Joshua Slive <jsl...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Ok Here we go Newb questions
Date Tue, 22 Mar 2005 00:35:13 GMT
On Mon, 21 Mar 2005 15:28:21 -0500, Joe Tellup <joe@tellup.org> wrote:
> Well thanks for the welcome, and yes I want to make sure I don't abuse this
> forum.
> 
> Three questions then if I may, I searched the docs found nothing.
> 
> With IIS you turn on your web server and your ftp server. It appears that
> apache is only a web server, do I need a third party ftp server?

Or add an ftp module to apache.  I know there are a couple different
projects around that integrate ftp serving into apache, but I don't
have experience with any of them, so I can't provide specific help. 
In the end, you may very well find it easier to have a third-party ftp
server.

> 
> Next, again with IIS you set your cgi time out in the control panel, do we
> do this in the config file with apache?

I'm not sure.  I'm not exactly sure what the IIS cgi time-out setting does.  
There is a "Timeout" directive in apache, but it applies to alot of
different stuff, not simply CGI.

> 
> Finally, where do we set users accesses? Is that strictly controlled by
> .htaccess?

See:
http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/howto/auth.html

> I have also faced that weird error. Do you think that this is a client
> problem?
> 
> My user was using the "Microsoft Data Access Internet Publishing
> Provider DAV", probably a IE.

This seems like a part of another conversation.

Joshua.

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