Using the Apache web server

Darrell Shandrow nu7i at
Fri Feb 8 22:14:15 EST 2002

Hi Dan,

I typically use a permission of 755 on these files; everything for the 
owner, read and execute for both the group and the rest of the world.

At 06:35 AM 2/7/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi all.
>I am trying to set up the Apache server on my Linux box so I can access some
>pages I'm writing from another machine.
>I've looked at some of the documentation, but I'm not making much headway
>with that, so could someone give me a quick-and-dirty version of how the
>user space needs to be configured for pages?
>I have a user on my system where I have placed some web pages in a
>public_html directory, but I don't know how to set up the permissions so the
>pages can be seen.
>In short, clueless, need help.
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