Timothy Murphy wrote:
>I've been trying to set up httpd on my desktop,
>but cannot access any files from other machines on my little LAN.
>I get the "Fedora Core Test Page",
>which I assume shows httpd is working,
>but bbbbbbbbbbcannot access any files in /var/www/html ,
>which is where I used to put such material.
>It simply says it cannot find any files I name.
>>My recollection is that there used to be a file /etc/httpd/conf/access.conf
>but that seems to have disappeard if it ever existed.
>>I looked through some of the (excessive) Fedora httpd documentation,
>but it all seemed to assume that one is running SELinux, which I am not.
>(There are enough problems in life without inventing new ones.)
>>Also I don't see anything relevant in /etc/httod/logs .
>>I have 'DocumentRoot "/var/www/html"' in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
>and the directories on the way all seem to have reasonable permissions.
>>>Are any of you ILUG gurus running httpd under FC-3?
>If so, I'd be very grateful if you would hold my hand through the forsst.
>>Don't use that version :-)
suggest you look in:
install updatedb and use locate to find all copies of index.html
search them until you find your data?
have a nice day
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