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Apache document root

I have a default install of OES. The Apache document root is set
to /srv/www/htdocs. If I place a new html file there I can reference it by
using http://localhost/myfile.html. But, when I try to place a new
index.html file there, it bypasses it and shows the Novell Welcome Page.
How can I turn that off as the default site??

Thanks!

Troy
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Re: Apache document root

Troy Moreland wrote:

> I have a default install of OES. The Apache document root is set
> to /srv/www/htdocs. If I place a new html file there I can reference it
> by
> using http://localhost/myfile.html. But, when I try to place a new
> index.html file there, it bypasses it and shows the Novell Welcome Page.
> How can I turn that off as the default site??
>
> Thanks!
>
> Troy


Nevermind... I learned that my file rights were 600 so I changed to 644 and
it works now... I'm a Linux newbie!! 😉
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