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From steve <sfrei...@roadrunner.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] The simplest of questions ...
Date Wed, 23 Apr 2008 03:07:18 GMT
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Tall Paul wrote:
| Well thanks to all the great suggestions I got past the first hurdle. I
| changed the listening port to 8080 and now my webpage can be accessed
| via the net. Now I would like to have the ability to allow people to
| upload and download files, like an online file server. Any ideas about
| that?
| Paul


you can do that now.

create a folder inside your /var/www directory (or whatever the server
root is ) fill it with what you want to serve.  call it with
http://yourservername/yourdirectoryname   you should get a listing of
whatever files you filled the folder with.

get an ftp server going on the same box and create accounts for whoever
you want to upload/download things to specified directories.



- --
Steve Reilly

http://reillyblog.com


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