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krneki
post Jun 16 2006, 11:07 AM
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Hello!

I recently installed Apache http server on my linux distribution Fedora Core 3. It's main folder is now set to /var/www/html but I would like to change default folder to /home/ftp/pub which is already used by vsftpd. What do I have to change now in config file so Apache will list files from my anonymous FTP folder (/home/ftp/pub) but not load index files from /var/www/html? I already tried to use "alias" in config file but without success. Everytime I get "403 Forbidden" error.
Any ideas how to do that?

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post Jun 16 2006, 01:41 PM
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You need to set the "DocumentRoot" option. Make sure that the directory you set it to is readable by Apache (which often runs as user "httpd" or "nobody")

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