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Old 06-25-2008, 06:02 AM   #1
karthi26
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Downloading file through apache server


Hi guy's
i have installed phpbb forum in linux using apache web server. it's working well.when i was trying to download a file with is stored in the same system, internally (inside our organization ) it works well. But same way i hosted the forum outside the network and tried the login is working , but downloading file it say's the path not found. ya i can understand it's searching for the DNS and say's the path is not found.
but i want the apache to check the local system for downloading the files. so can anyone help me !
 
Old 06-25-2008, 10:55 PM   #2
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DNS != path not found.

It sounds like you are saying you put the forum on a remote host, but have not updated the phpbb paths with the correct local file system layout. The admin interface should give you a way to enter the directory root for your file archives. This is probably still referring to the previous setup.
 
  


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