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hi @ all! First of all I'm close to be a completly Noob to Linux and Apache I'm running Suse 9.0 Pro and followed the install routines to set up ...
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    Document Root @ Apache 2 on Suse 9.0


    hi @ all!

    First of all I'm close to be a completly Noob to Linux and Apache

    I'm running Suse 9.0 Pro and followed the install routines to set up Apache 2 as localhost. I tried to change the DOCUMENT_ROOT to /windows/....
    Well Yast told me that this would be the directory where i should post my web documents. Well i think that I'm still docked in the default directory because i see the Apache default-page.

    Plz help me!

    Greetings DJ

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    I never saw the document root of /windows myself... The usual documents root (atleast to my knowledge) is /var/www/html. To get rid of the Apache pages in there, remove any pages already in there, and input your own pages into that directory.
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    hi!

    My Linux is a secondary OS. I created a partition in NTFS-format where my web documents are in.
    I think Samba mounted this partition at /windows/....

    I'm running an Apache Server on Win XP which Document root is this partition. And i want to work on the same files. That's why i need to set the localhost at /windwos....

    I deleted all standard files. =>
    "
    Access forbidden!


    You don't have permission to access the requested directory. There is either no index document or the directory is read-protected.


    If you think this is a server error, please contact the webmaster.


    Error 403

    localhost
    Sat Mar 20 08:41:09 2004
    Apache/2.0.48 (Linux/SuSE)
    "

    I dont know, if I'm docked in the old directory,..., or if my new DOCUMENT_ROOT is unaccessable.

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