|Michael Lazin on 19 Jun 2008 08:29:31 -0700|
I was given a server in my company's datacenter to use for testing purposes. I have imaged it with a minimal debian etch and installed apache 2. I created user accounts for everyone in my department, and installed apache2. I am interested in giving everyone webspace in their home directory. I have used httpd.conf before and simply uncommented a line to get this done, but this apache 2 install only has an apache2.conf and an empty httpd.conf. Anyone know of any good resources for configuring apache2 on debian? apache2.conf looks like the correct configuration file but I don't see a line that I can uncomment to get this done. I believe I have to add the necessary line. Anyone with experience with apache2 on debian able to give me some pointers? Thanks.
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