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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by zhongqiang, Apr 13, 2005.

  1. zhongqiang

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    You could modify the alias in httpd.conf to do that.
     
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    hmm.. how do i get my hands on the "httpd.conf" ?
     
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    If it's your server, it might be in /usr/local/apache/conf/. If you're a reseller, you can't modify it.
     
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    i have all the root accesses. But when i get to the datacentre, cpanel seemed to have locked my screen. How do i access the files?
     
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    thanks lots. i had selected putty. But how do i get to the usr/ dir?
    i tried to cd usr/ but i doesnt seem to work. kindly advice. thanks lotss
     
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    You want to do
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    cd /usr 
     
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    how do i download the file?
     
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    To download the file you would either have to copy it to your sites directory or use a secure ftp program like SecureFX from vandyke.com.

    You can edit the file without downloading by using either, pico, nano, or vi, probably other options as well. Make a backup copy before editing just in case the edited version has an error in it. That's easy to do with that file.
     
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