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2001\05\28@215559 by William Tan

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Hi! Sorry for posting a Linux question in [OT], coz my working place
just got email
services, not web-surf!

I am currently installed Redhat 6.2 and Apache for testing and
self-learning.

If say my server domain name is http://www.123.com, and I want to display my
first page
(index.htm) when I just type in http://www.123.com (not http://www.123.com/index.htm)
in my
browser, where and which config file should I change?

If I want to point to /home/myhtml/index.htm, then what should I change?

T.Q.

regards,
William.

p/s: BTW, anyone know any good mailing list discuss about Linux or
Windows?

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2001\05\28@220931 by David Duffy

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William wrote:
>Hi! Sorry for posting a Linux question in [OT], coz my working place
>just got email services, not web-surf!
>
>I am currently installed Redhat 6.2 and Apache for testing and
>self-learning.
>
>If say my server domain name is http://www.123.com, and I want to display my
>first page (index.htm) when I just type in http://www.123.com (not
>http://www.123.com/index.htm)
>  in mybrowser, where and which config file should I change?

The options you want are in LinuxConfig in the "Networking -> Apache Web
Server" section.
(index.htm should work by default)

>If I want to point to /home/myhtml/index.htm, then what should I change?

You can set the default document root directory to do that.
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2001\05\28@233102 by Dale Botkin

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httpd.conf.  Dependig on whether you installed Apache yourself or let
that messed-up Redhat install have its way with your system (shudder), it
will be in /usr/local/apache/conf/ or /etc/httpd/conf/. You can use 'find
/ -name httpd.conf -print' to find it.

You're looking for the DocumentRoot and DirectoryIndex directives within
httpd.conf.

Dale

On Tue, 29 May 2001, William Tan wrote:

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2001\05\29@003545 by michael brown

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> Hi! Sorry for posting a Linux question in [OT], coz my working place
> just got email
> services, not web-surf!
>
> I am currently installed Redhat 6.2 and Apache for testing and
> self-learning.
>
> If say my server domain name is http://www.123.com, and I want to display my
> first page
> (index.htm) when I just type in http://www.123.com (not http://www.123.com/index.htm)
> in my
> browser, where and which config file should I change?

You shouldn't need to change any config file.  What you need to change is
the name of the default page.  Try making it "index.html".  You ain't in
windoze anymore dorothy. ;-)

>
> If I want to point to /home/myhtml/index.htm, then what should I change?

Same thing applies to the actual file name.  End it with html not htm.  The
url would be http://www.123.com/~myhtml .

>
> T.Q.
>
> regards,
> William.
>
> p/s: BTW, anyone know any good mailing list discuss about Linux or
> Windows?

comp.os.linux
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