man crontab, with special reference to /etc/crontab, which is
special and lets you specify accountnames for processes started
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Sure you may. This is straight from httpd.conf:Quote:> 2.And may I specify account under which it will be running?
# If you wish httpd to run as a different user or group, you must run
# httpd as root initially and it will switch.
The two directives you will want to look up are 'User' and 'Group', both
of which live in httpd.conf.
> man crontab, with special reference to /etc/crontab, which is
> special and lets you specify accountnames for processes started
> by it.
I've just installed Apache 1.3.6 on a machine running Mandrake 6 (kernel
2.2.9). I had Apache running on it before, but due to some improper
shutdowns of the machine it developed errors. Rather than tool with the
old configuration files to see what was wrong I just installed the new
version. My problem is this:
When I reboot the machine it is still looking in the old place for
Apache (something like /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf is what the error
message says). I can start Apache from the command line once the
machine is up (/var/apache/apache_1.3.6/bin/apachectl start) and
restarting inetd. As a relative newbie to configuring httpd, how do I
get it to start Apache on boot rather than looking to
/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf? I've looked around Apache's site and on the
web but I can't seem to find the answer to this seemingly simple
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