Setting up Apache 2 on Ubuntu Server 6.06
Solved the other issues previously posted; however, I have noticed that the Debian camp handles Apache a little bit different to what I'm used to (RHEL, CentOS, SuSE). Now on with the problem. Again, setting up an Apache server using Ubuntu - just to gain experience with Ubuntu. I've heard a lot about this distro and feel as if it is really up and coming.
Anyway, set everything else up in a CLI environment only and so far so good. Now, when I move the HTML pages to /var/www/apache2-default when I check for the presence of the Web site I am greeted with a directory tree of the parent directory. Now, what am I missing here? I edited the httpd.conf file to look for an index.htm and usually, this is all that is required on other Linux servers (i.e. CentOS and SuSE). However, I cannot get my index file to load - I only receive the directory tree when browsing http://serveripaddress. Any thoughts to what I'm missing here? Again, this is Apache2.
I never realized just how different the various distros actually are. Different places for .conf files and different locations for file storage. I've actually had to think on this Ubuntu box; however, it is good to expand one's horizons a bit.