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From "Boyle Owen" <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] DocumentRoot problem
Date Mon, 13 Mar 2006 12:05:22 GMT
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dotan Cohen [] 
> Well, I put the ServerRoot back where it was and added the
> DocumentRoot, tryin both of these:
> DocumentRoot /home/dotancohen/www/public_html
> DocumentRoot "/home/dotancohen/www/public_html"
> But after restarting the server (after each change), it _still_ does
> not change!!!
> What must I do?!? 

Browser caching? Try:

- shift-Reload (forces the browser to re-request the file)
- clear the browser cache and reload
- kill the browser and restart it

Is this on the web? what's the URL?

Do you have wget? Try wget <your-site>... what do you get in the file it

Try command-line access:

$ telnet <your-site> 80

GET / HTTP/1.0
(hit return twice)

>I'm getting very frustrated.

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