[SOLVED] Lack basic understanding of permissions(apache permissions problem)
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I *really* hope your machine isn't hosted up in the wild
while you're trying to learn the ropes; that would be like
trying to figure out what all those pedals and the wheel
in a car are for while cruising down a highway.
If the "~your_username" bit is NOT what you want, you should be
able to copy the file(s) from there to your servers web-home using
"sudo cp -r $USER/public_html/* /var/www/htdocs" (or where ever the
web-root is on an Ubuntu machine).
Ok so what i did was just edited the default index.html and pasted my own html file.
Anyway so after i did that i typed this
The output was this
(13) permissions denied: make_sock could not bind to address [::]:80
(13) permissions denied: make_sock could not bind to address 0.0.0.0:80
no listening sockets available, shutting down.
Unable to open logs.
But when i go to mydomainname.com my webpage is working.
This error message scares me. The only thing i remember doing was editing the default index.html with nano and copy/pasting my own html code, i saved it then restarted it and got that error message.
Its not effect me now except for the fact that i dont like error messages.
So if anyone knows what i did or whats going on and could fill me in that be great!
Edit: Ok i found i am getting the error because HTTP is using port 80.
How do i change this so the error will go away?