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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by I-Web, Jul 18, 2003.

  1. I-Web

    I-Web Well-Known Member

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    Is it possible?

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    Sure is. :)

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    lmao... :D


    Thanks... :rolleyes: :confused: :mad: :confused:

    Any pointers on how???

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    If by "global" you mean for the whole Server, you have to -- not only be very careful when doing somethng like this -- be very specific as to what you are applying it to.

    /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf

    That is the file to edit and add any specific re-directs. This also means one must be familiar with coding for Alias and/or Redirect.

    Example

    Alias /bandwidth/ /usr/local/bandmin/htdocs/ << this automatically setup by WHM



    /usr/local/apache/htdocs

    For the most part, that is the directory where anything applicable to "server wide" is not only re-directed to, but also where one puts the Web page to be displayed.


    In the majority of cases, the "httpd.conf" is the only file to use for anything "server wide". One must always remember that incorrect coding can bring down Apache -- no Web pages will be available until the mistake is removed or corrected. Reading up on using Apache and the various coding is highly recommended and then start making small changes to the "httpd.conf" file. See what happens and be ready to very quickly correct/remove any coding that is incorrect. Making a backup of a working file is also highly recommended before making any changes.

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