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    help with httpd.conf


    how or where do i go to access httpd.conf to access "document root"

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    Open up your httpd.conf file and it is in the upper third of the file. Page down 5 or 6 times in your favorite editor and it is right there as document root...I don't know how else to explain it, cause anytime I needed to go into it, I just page down and read until I find it...there are a lot of comments in that upper third of the config file, but if you look at it as you scroll down, it is pretty clear.
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    On my FC2 server, the httpd.conf file is here:

    /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf

    It'll be somewhere similar, but not necessarily in the same place on other distros.
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