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  Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 1
Subject:   a thing i don't understand..
Date:   2007-05-26 23:20:43
From:   D.C.
.. I'm running a Mac Mini behind a router, and when I switch on Apache, I see the address 192.168.0.10 in my System Preferences. At the risk of stating the obvious, this is only going to work within my LAN.


I'd like to have everything in ~/Sites as I create my webpages using iWeb, and I just want to be able to 'publish' to that directory, and not have to faff around with anything else.


Afterwards, I'm going to change DNS on my domain name, and hope that when people 'on the web' type my domain name, they'll automatically be served what's in ~/Sites.


I've tried changing /etc/httpd/httpd.conf to point to that directory, but I get an error 503. When I ask the question on Usenet, I get insulted and accused of having 'broken' apache.


Can anyone help ? Thanks...


D.C.


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  1. a thing i don't understand..
    2007-06-06 01:56:38  AminNegmAwad [View]

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