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    http.conf

    quick question
    how do I open http.conf and change/fix something in it?
    how do I save it?
    where can I find a site with some info and commands
    ty

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    uhh if you gotta ask don't do it on a server you are hosting anyone on.

    cd usr/local/apache/conf

    then pico httpd.conf

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    Originally posted by Monte
    cd usr/local/apache/conf
    That depends on the server setup. Some CP will store its apache on different control panel. I believe by default redhat installs apache under /etc

    Anyway, good luck ...

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    thx
    how do I copy httpd.conf from one folder to another?

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    cp http.conf otherdir

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    thx
    how do I make a folder?
    can somebody give me a site with the commands?

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    make a folder using:
    mkdir newfolder

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    Why don't you ask your admin?

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    Now Shyne, this is where I DEFINITELY agree with you on the fact that people need to read more. This is pretty bad. I mean, everyone starts asking questions like this, but damn!

    Hostlead, seriously, go buy a book, heh... or try Google.

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    Hostlead,

    With due respect, I suggest you first read an introductory book on Linux and then try the man pages and then try linuxdoc.org and if nothing works ask here.

    While every one here tries to be polite it is not fair to waste the time of genuinely helpful experts with trivial questions
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    Well, it also might be a good idea to hire a techy for $25 or sth and let him install webmin on your box...
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    Don't take this the wrong way but I suuuure hope hostlead.com isn't run by you!

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    no I have techies..but I just want to learn linux myself..and thought you could give me some tips.
    and yes I bought a book for newbies

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