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Re: apache2: clearing the air [please read]

On Thu, Oct 11, 2001 at 02:34:40PM +0200, Wichert Akkerman wrote:
> Previously Daniel Stone wrote:
> > The virtual host layout is such:
> > 	* /var/www/the.host.name/htdocs - document root for that host
> > 	* /var/www/the.host.name/cgi-bin - CGI scripts for that host
> > 	* /var/www/the.host.name/logs - logs for that host
> Since you argue that apache2 can be installed at the same time as
> another web server that would mean that all vhosts can be accessed
> through that other web server. Not good.

debian-apache[1] agreed that we'd implement more or less the same for
apache. Unfortunately, they haven't got netgod on the team, so whether
or not that's going ahead is dubious. *shrug*

> Putting CGI and logfiles in /var/www is also a clear violation of the
> FHS.

IIRC the real FHS doesn't even mention /var/www. But that's IIRC, which
is currently a little hazy.

IRC, usual place, DanielS, if you feel like flamage.


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Daniel Stone						    <daniel@sfarc.net>
<Inouk> heya, how can I decode MIME message?
<exel> inouk: is he making movements with his hands like there is something 
keeping them? That decodes as the "glass wall routine". The RFC also lists 
on how to decode the "running down the stairs" routine and some other classics.

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