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web site problems on localhost


I found the problem, something had replaced the index.html, which was a 
link to the front-page.html of my web site with the default apache 

Restored that by rm'ing the renamed copy of it, then cp'd the ~ version 
back to the real one, voila! Web page functions normally.

I haven't a clue what did that, I did not run anything that would have 
changed that while attempting to make it do an automatic conversion of 
an http access into an https access. So whatever did do it, I want to 
protect it from everything including me until such time as I remove the 
protections so I can edit it.

But I cannot make those links immutable, chattr won't let me. And 
apparently I can't remove the owners write perms.  So how can I freeze 
these solid until I restore write perms?

Is there a way to do this?

Thank you.

Cheers, Gene Heskett
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