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Old 12-25-2007, 04:55 AM   #16
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in httpd.conf add/edit mod_userdir.c module, you would be able to access files with domain/~username/file
You mean UserDir syntax?
apache noobs here,still perusing apache online docs

I'm still playing around with UserDir...
but haven't got satisfying result yet

No, this is not true. The path is relative to the ServerRoot defined in httpd.conf (/usr by default), as are all the LoadModule directives.
Confusingly,your statement is true as well although my first attempt running php, I had experience same like orangutanklaus'
Well, I don't know, regardless,
what important is now the php runs! yay!

Alternatively you could make a directory in htdocs which is owned by your user
In the meantime I'm using this trick.Tnx for the idea


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