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Old 08-04-2009
First time setting up site on Apache

Hello All,

I am relatively new to using Apache, I have recently set it up on Ubuntu. What I'm trying to do is make "/home/yves/MyFirstPHP/MyFirstPHP/HelloWorld.php" accessible through my browser using the URL: The UNIX and Linux Forums - Learn UNIX and Linux from Experts. The tutorials I have found so far are confusing at best as I tend to digest knowledge better from looking at full examples. If anybody could give me a full example of what I'd put into whichever configure file I'm supposed be working with I will greatly appreciate it.

Thank you in advance.
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Old 08-05-2009
Whats your httpd.conf look like? Is PHP installed?
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