I know similar questions have been asked before, but I've been playing
with this question for awhile and haven't found a solution.
On Apache 1.1.1, I want users to have homepages, but don't want the
URL(s) to be: http://www.foo.com/user -> I want the URL to be:
http://www.foo.com/users/user instead. I noticed that several examples
were commented in the Apache source code, like:
UserDir /usr/www http://www.foo.com/users
This seemed to do what I want(ed), but when I tried something like this,
it didn't work. :-(
Here's what I've done:
(1) created an area in /usr/www for each user, like /usr/www/user.
(2) Config'd Userdir as: UserDir /usr/www http://www.foo.com/users
(3) Restarted the server, and called the URL: http://www.foo.com/users/user
Apache returns a page not found error. Any suggestions or pointers to
documentation that I might check out? Do I have do ReDirect ~/ to /users?
Thanks for your time.
Nathan V. Patwardhan
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