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    I want to change the location of the HTTP folder from /Library/WebServer/Documents to /Interpub

    How do I do it..?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jashsayani View Post
    I want to change the location of the HTTP folder from /Library/WebServer/Documents to /Interpub

    How do I do it..?
    in httpd.conf

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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    in httpd.conf

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    Well, I already did that. The whole thing got screwed up.
    Now, it just shows Failed to Connect. Even tried restarting and shutting down and starting the Mac.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jashsayani View Post
    Well, I already did that. The whole thing got screwed up.
    Now, it just shows Failed to Connect. Even tried restarting and shutting down and starting the Mac.
    shut down websharing first

    in httpd.conf two instances
    DocumentRoot "/Library/WebServer/Documents"
    and
    <Directory "/Library/WebServer/Documents">


    start websharing again

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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    shut down websharing first

    in httpd.conf two instances
    DocumentRoot "/Library/WebServer/Documents"
    and
    <Directory "/Library/WebServer/Documents">


    start websharing again

    volkspost
    Thanks. Just tried it. But no luck !

    I had also edited a couple of other files like httpd.conf in Apache2/original/
    and in apache2/users/


    What do I do now... ?

    Any way to reset the apache service and start all over again...? Like getting a fresh copy for Mac and replacing Apache2 folder..?

    Then I can try and change the location again...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jashsayani View Post
    Thanks. Just tried it. But no luck !

    I had also edited a couple of other files like httpd.conf in Apache2/original/
    and in apache2/users/


    What do I do now... ?

    Any way to reset the apache service and start all over again...? Like getting a fresh copy for Mac and replacing Apache2 folder..?

    Then I can try and change the location again...
    Did you backup the originals? You should always have. Playing around with the conf file is not always fun. There is no single install of Apache2 in Mac OS X 10.5, it gets installed when you install the system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    Did you backup the originals? You should always have. Playing around with the conf file is not always fun. There is no single install of Apache2 in Mac OS X 10.5, it gets installed when you install the system.
    Ok. great. Now what do I do....?
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    Ok. I have Leopard installed onto an External HD. Now how do I locate the apache2 folder on that HD. Theres no address bar also.

    When I type the foll. in Safari, I get the apache2 folder on my Mac: /private/etc/
    But when I type disk2s2/private/etc/ nothing happens.
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