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Breaks Apache?
Authored by: pcdoctor on Jul 02, '01 02:22:15PM

I have tried this to move on a user account which was a /~ type of web site, moving the users directory with NetInfo caused apache to break, would only give 404 errors. Put Netinfo back the way it was, works fine. Perms correct and everything.



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Breaks Apache?
Authored by: byersra on Feb 16, '03 11:48:55PM

Apache doesn't break, it just doesn't know where to find the new Sites folder.

Login as root or execute "sudo -s" from the Terminal
Navigate to /etc/httpd/users

This directory contains text files for each user. Open the file and modify the path from "/Users/<username>/Sites" to your new directory. Then log out and back in. At this point, everything should be working.



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