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* [Comm-en] ALT Server 4.0 - Setting up a webserver
@ 2009-02-24  1:31 Virtual Sky Solutions
  2009-02-24  2:12 ` Alexey Rusakov
  2009-02-24  9:31 ` Michael Shigorin
  0 siblings, 2 replies; 5+ messages in thread
From: Virtual Sky Solutions @ 2009-02-24  1:31 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: community-en

I've just done a test install of ALT Linux 4.0 and I have a couple questions.  Hopefully someone in this mailing list can give 
me some advice.

I've successfully done a default install and have been learning my way around the HTTP interface.  Now I want to set-up a 
webpage server, but I haven't been able to identify where, in the ALT Server HTTP interface, to do this.

So, what I've done is a manual apt-get install of lighttpd and ran it via the command line.  Everything seems to work fine, 
however, I would like to know if there was something I could have done via the HTTP interface to do this (even if it were 
Apache and not Lighttpd).  Command line is fine, but if there was a more user friendly option I would have used it.

Any recommendations?  Is there somewhere in the HTTP system interface that I missed?


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