[Novalug] Re: [Ma-linux] Apache Document Root on a Debian box
jhart at kevla.org
Fri Mar 9 10:16:46 EST 2007
By default, what version of PHP does debian load?
> I've had problems with squirrelmail (v1.4.9a) with apache2 (v2.0.x)
> and php5 (v5.1.x) - I'm waiting on a clean apt-get to get to 2.2 and
> php5.2. I had to end up running both php4 and 5 at the same time and
> putting an .htaccess file in the folders I wanted to run php5 in.
> The problems were mostly link issues, however, when I would go to
> create a folder, I would get a "<somefile>.php" could not be found.
> Running php4 for squirrelmail, no issues.
> On 3/9/07, Kevin Dwyer <kevin at pheared.net> wrote:
>> On Fri, Mar 09, 2007 at 07:33:31AM -0500, Jay Hart wrote:
>> > I need to install Squirrelmail on the new Tux.org server. It must be installed under the
>> > root directory for Apache.
>> > I looked through the config files for Apache, but was not able to determine which directory
>> > the root, so I could install squirrelmail in the correct location.
>> > Could one of you Debian users please point me to the "default" document root directory used by
>> > Apache?
>> I already knew the answer, but for fun...
>> First hit on google for "apache document root debian" says: "Default
>> document root directory for apache2 is /var/www"
>> It's set in /etc/apache2/sites-available/default
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