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  Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X, Part 4
Subject:   editing /etc/httpd/users/<username>.conf breaks web access to Sites folder
Date:   2002-03-13 20:10:28
From:   morbus
Response to: editing /etc/httpd/users/.conf breaks web access to Sites folder

Whoa, where did this "public_html" directory come from, as per your error message? "public_html" is the equivalent of "Sites", only for other distributions like Redhat, SuSE, and so on and so forth - its kinda like the default user website directory.


Open up your httpd.conf file and do a search for the UserDir directive. That should be set to "Sites", not "public_html". If it's not, do a search on the rest of the conf file for "public_html" - that's what's causing your problem.


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  1. editing /etc/httpd/users/<username>.conf breaks web access to Sites folder
    2002-03-14 10:50:31  grosventre [View]

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