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I have recently installed Red Hat Linux 8, as i want to set a computer as aserver in a university project. the problem is that after i set up the server, the page comin up is the test page. i try to locate the test page in order to delete it and so place my site.
right on the dot, there should be a conf file (i think /etc/httpd.conf or /etc/init.d/httpd.conf)
or just find: find / -name httpd.conf
inside your httpd.conf file should be commented / un commented module lines and down below (use your fav editor to search) there should be something that tells what apache goes for in a dir first. if you use php and other things you'll have to add index.php in there also.
I have had the same problem with Apache. When I went through the GUI and set up Apache to use index.html as my default file it seemed to have actually DELETED the index.html. What I mean is after applying the changes through the GUI i went into my httpd.conf and found this line
with no index.html after it. I simply added index.html after DirectoryIndex and it worked fine. I think this is just a bug in the Server Configuration GUI.
there should be a conf file (i think /etc/httpd.conf or /etc/init.d/httpd.conf)
In redhat 8 it is /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
I think this is just a bug in the Server Configuration GUI.
I reccomend not using this tool, as it does more harm than good. Everytime you run it it overwrites httpd.conf with a new one, so any adustments you make will be lost...try to edit by hand (you will learn more about apache configuration anyway, which is a good thing... )
Ahhh!! I have been tring to figure out this problem for weeks. My config file just had DirtoryIndex it was missing the index.html. I put that in there and it worked fine. Man that is nerve racking. Thanks for posting this!!!!