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> Configuring Apache....., conguring apache...
Hemant
post Dec 10 2003, 06:30 AM
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Hi..all...
for all of us who are using apache...(as a production level server or just a test server or using it in intranet)..

You can make apache to access user directories /home/hemant(for example) and webpages available there accessible to all...so in this way every user can have a website of his own....sounds cool...here goes method to accomplish this....
1.edit file /etc/conf/httpd.conf
and you will see a variable
UserDir=~/public_html
and next line enables this variable...uncomment both lines and make sure user directories are enabled..
2.now those users who wanted to have webpages of their own can create a directory ~/public_html and make it readable to all..
$ chmod 755 public_html

PS:i am posting this tip from a windows machine so i am not sure about location of file httpd.conf .


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post Feb 18 2004, 10:38 AM
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So I assume you'd then type in "http://localhost/hemant" to see that users webpage?


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