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Add this to /etc/httpd/users/php.conf
Authored by: ScooterComputer on Feb 24, '03 11:51:36AM

No, not unless you create a file named php.conf in the /etc/httpd/users folder, and then create the PHP user using the Users PrefPane. I have never tried doing this, so I don't know what happens...that's why it would be smart to use a filename that is pretty unique (like 1stoverrides.conf).

Otherwise, the only thing these "user" configs do is make a Directory directive pointing to users' Sites folder...simply take a look at them.

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