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Re: apache configuration
- Subject: Re: apache configuration
- From: Peter Houppermans <..hidden..>
- Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2007 22:11:28 +0200
You will need to find a file called httpd.conf which holds the config
I don't have a system with Kubuntu here right now (planned for maybe
tomorrow :-) but in general it hides somewhere in /etc like /etc/apache2
or /etc/httpd. If that directory has a subdirectory "conf.d" you just
need to add ledgersmb-httpd.conf to that directory and it will be picked
up automatically on apache reload, otherwise you'll need to add an
'include' statement in httpd.conf.
One note: the script is supposed to replace the "WORKING_DIR" in
ledgersmb-httpd.conf with the actual directory but I found a tiny bug in
the script, quick repeat of bug + fix follows below. Otherwise just do
it manually in an editor.
=== begin ===
So, line 3
sed -i "s|WORKING_DIR|$CWD|"
sed -i "s|WORKING_DIR|$CWD|" ledgersmb-httpd.conf
=== end ===
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