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From Evan Platt <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] More about "Setting up my own Apache Web Server"
Date Tue, 19 Sep 2006 18:34:47 GMT
At 01:34 PM 9/19/2006, you wrote:
>Earlier today I wrote
>"My OS is Fedora Core 5 with Apache 2.2.2 64-bit architecture. I have an
>an Internet connection with a static IP address (in fact I can use up to
>16 static addresses). As a first step I want to set up a public website
>based on static ('dead') HTLM pages (later on dynamic pages). Anybody
>know about a good HowTo or a tutorial/book applicable for my
>I've come so far that I get my own index.html on http://localhost.
>However, outside my little world, i.e. all of you within the www, I'm
>not seen...
>How do I enable access for all of you to visit my site?

Enable access to port 80 (assuming you're running apache on port 80) 
through any firewalls you have running.

Perhaps give us an IP, and we can help further.

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