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Re: apache2: clearing the air [please read]

Well, perhaps asking the users is good, and our own experience too.

I have been using /var/www/the.host.name and
/var/logs/apache/the.host.name for a long time. I haven't needed the
cgi-bin directory, my hosted services have been always very simple, but
the htdocs and cgi-bin directories are good for me.

El 11 Oct 2001 a las 11:33AM -0400, Itai Zukerman escribio:
> >>>      * /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
> > Perhaps we should ask our users?
> Well, I've been using:
>   /var/www/the.host.name/htdocs
>   /var/logs/apache/the.host.name
> for about a year now, and I'm very happy with that.  The idea of making
>   /var/www/the.host.name/cgi-bin
> contain a set of symlinks pointing to /usr/lib/cgi-bin is very
> appealing to me, and I'll switch to that when I have some free time.

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