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Inside the Apache directory structure

Inside the Apache directory structure

By Jeremy Reed (Send Email)
Posted Apr 2, 2001


[ Thanks to Kellie for this link. ] This free tutorial introduces the Apache administrator to the directory layouts used for a given installation. With this knowledge, administrators can then easily locate Apache's executable and utility files, and determine what's necessary for custom configuration.

This free tutorial introduces the Apache administrator to the directory layouts used for a given installation. With this knowledge, administrators can then easily locate Apache's executable and utility files, and determine what's necessary for custom configuration.

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