Re: apache2 config files
> Debian has its own way. Which I rather like.
> /etc/apache2/apache2.conf is the equivalent of
> /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf in Redhat.
> Files in /etc/apache2/sites-available are httpd.conf snippets of sites
> that could be included.
> To enable a site, put a symbolic link to it in
> /etc/apache2/sites-enabled back to the conf file in sites-available.
> Similar process to enable modules - put symbolic links in mods-enabled
> to the files in mods-available. Even cgi isn't enabled by default on
> Debian - it is on Redhat.
> So you configure stuff by creating symbolic links, rather than editing
> the default config file, which is rather neat.
> All rather neat when you've worked it out.
> Regards, Upayavira (a serious Debian newbie)
I appreciate the detail explanation. I have a couple of vitual host
questions, but I will try few things first before I ask. But the symlink