Originally posted by MasterC
Since the 0 replies is gone, and you've already got your email, I will re-itterate my suggestion here
I'm not quite sure what you mean by your statement above. Maybe it's too early in the morning...need the java to kick in.
About 1/3 the way down my httpd.conf file I found Apache's DocumentRoot, you can edit that to whatever you want to be the "home directory" for apache, and that *should* work.
Unfortunately it's not that simple. I already changed the httpd.conf file to reflect where I want the DocumentRoot to be (changed two lines in the .conf file for DocumentRoot). I'm starting to think this is a permission issue. I seem to "Not have permission" when I try to view the index.html file in the new DocumentRoot. I'm too new to Linux to really understand the permission issue...perhaps suggestions along that line? Sorry for such a bone head question.
As far as mounting the drives from the other computer running that other OS, I've tried that. I can't seem to mount them. I tried something like (I can't quite remember) mount -t //<computer name
> <mount point
> or some such thing. I think I had a user in there too somewhere. Anyway...no dice. I can't even look in the linux box from the computer running that other OS.
I got so close to where I wanted to be after doing a LAMP install. It actually worked...just not quite the way I wanted...so far.
Thanks again for all the comments and advice.
As always, TIA