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I got Apache up and can get to all the little icons, but I do not understand where I would post my index and the rest of my htm files. If soemone can pls break thsi down Barney style I would greatly appreciate it. I can get in webmin and log in but I am so lost in there. I have tried using quite a few user manuals but I don't understand them yet.
Hmm, it is the matter of setting up your httpd.conf file, without modifications the directory where you put your html's is htdocs under apache directory, let's say apache is installed under /usr/local/apache then all your html is going into /usr/local/apache/htdocs. RH tends to put apache's html's into /var/www/html/ directory (If I remember correctly) by default when you install apache along with OS. For alternative html's directory you need to specify it in httpd.conf file - it is well commented file so take a look. It is either conf/httpd.conf under apache directory or /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf if Apache was installed with OS, the best suggestion is to find it using ... find command
find / -type f -name httpd.conf -print
Ok there was one more thing I had in my message prior to editing it so it made sense. I cannot access it from another machine (I am capable of accssing the internet). I saw somthing (forgot where specifically) that said deny all ip's. Is this what I would edit or is there something else to edit. Real new to apache first day using it.
thanx for all the help.
thanx for the great responses I saw that dir so I know its there.