location of httpd

location of httpd

Post by Santosh 'Variable' Krishna » Sat, 17 Feb 1996 04:00:00



Where would the HTTPD server be located on linux file system?
Thanks
Santosh

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location of httpd

Post by William Juli » Tue, 20 Feb 1996 04:00:00




Quote:>Where would the HTTPD server be located on linux file system?

Most systems have the httpd.conf and httpd present in the /etc directory.
On my system, I created a directory called /usr/lib/www and my server
installation was put there. Then, I created a link in the /etc directory
for httpd and httpd.conf to point to /usr/lib/www. The cgi-bin directory
in /usr/lib/www is also a link to /var/lib/www/cgi-bin and logs.

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location of httpd

Post by Gary Fost » Tue, 20 Feb 1996 04:00:00



: Where would the HTTPD server be located on linux file system?
: Thanks
: Santosh

If you mean "I've got httpd installed already, but I don't know where..."

try:

find / -name "*httpd*" -print

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1. changing httpd location

This is probably relatively simple... I just installed apache 1.3.3, and
put it somewhere else rather than the default redhat locations, which are
all over the place... Anyway, what file do I have to edit to tell the
system where to find the new httpd at bootup?

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