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I was going to upload a picture of me to this server. I already saved it to my hard drive. How do i upload it? Can i upload it to here? Do i have to hotlink it? I never upload and hotlink a picture before. Can anyone give me some help? Thanks guys
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You have to have your own server. Hosting on servers can be as cheap as $5.00 a month. Goto google and type in hosting and you will find plenty of hosts.
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Is Apache a hosting?? I know it's a http server. You told me what kind of server it was. I'm getting Apache for Windows XP pro. Thank You for helping me Bigwebmaster. If Apache will work as a hosting. I will let you know when i have it setup so i can upload. Well thanks again
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When i first start installing Apache. What should i put in for the Network Domain and Server name? example for Network domain. (e.g. somenet.com)

example for server name (e.g. http://www.somenet.com):

I do not have a network
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You can not use Apache to host sites because for one you have no domain name and number 2 your dialup connection is not going to be sufficient. If you want to use Apache for your HTTPD server you will need to purchase something online such as virtual hosting.
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Hey Bigwebmaster, I'm almost positive that Apache was successful. Can you give me a test to see if it works? Thanks man
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I'll host you for $5/mo ;)
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I don't have a credit card man... sorry
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Can i adward you as many points you want a month for you to host me??
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number 1. Can someone give me a test to see if Apache is working right? number 2. Can someone help me upload and hotlink a picture using Apache if Apache is working right? Thanks.
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what pic do you want to hotlink? and if your apache was working, you
could hotlink it yourself. ;)

I don't need points, I need $5/mo. You can mail it to me.
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I know i can hotlink and upload myself. How can i upload and hotlink if i never did it before? I do not know how. The pic is on my yahoo profile. I wanted to take that pic and post it here.
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the definition of hotlink is when you upload a picture (or file) to any given server, and then display that picture on another server remotely. thus using their bandwidth instead of the server your displaying it from. ozzu does not allow hotlinking of any kind. and you really have no way to do it anyway, unless for some reason you were to hotlink your avatar.. and that is still not allowed...
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im not sure i understand how you would like us to test your apache? is it running on your windows machine? if so we would need an IP address in order to see if it is working.. and displaying your ip address publicly isnt reccomended... besides your dial up if i recall and that wouldnt be very good for a server
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ok if i understand correctly for the information you need. For the Network Domain i put this in localhost

For the server name i put this in localhost

http://localhost/

I'm pretty sure that's the IP address. The reason why i asked can you guys test it. Bigwebmaster tested my Internet connection by a trace route. Ever since then, I think you guys can test everything. That site is above. Will that be my server?
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local host is accessable ONLY from your your computer and no one elses.. if i were type local host from here i would get my own computer to pop up...

type this http://www.whatismyip.com and that is your ip address.. once again i would not post it publicly, but when you have your ip address you can simply tpe http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (where x's are replaced by ip address) and if your server is working it shoud bring up your page...
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Actually i just checked your ip address from my administrator panel, and it is working you have successfully set up your apache... good job :-)
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If you can see this, it means that the installation of the Apache web server software on this system was successful. You may now add content to this directory and replace this page.

that is the message i got when i went to your page... if you followed my directions above then you will see the same hting im sure... keep in mind that a dial up account gets a new ip address every time you re connect so it will change every time... good luck...
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I don't understand. I been to that page at least a thousand times. I know what the message says. When i first started the installation i typed localhost for Network Domain and server name. Do i go back and change that? (I'm really slow at learning). I really don't understand. How do i start to upload to the server? This is really pissing me off.
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there is nothing to upload man.. it is on your computer, you need to find out where your www root is located on your computer and then simply replace the file located there with your own. (on your hard drive)
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you can alternately change your httpd.conf file to relocae where the server see your files... i think youll need to do this one on your own though as it is quite involved, and will require some studying and reading... if you cant find it do a search on your computer for the file httpd.conf that is the file you will need to edit...
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ok lets go back to the www root. or what ever that is. Where is the www root? Do i make up my own www to replace it? By the way. I found just a little of information about the httpd.conf. It's for advance users. I'm not no advance user. I rather do the www root.
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well sir, unfortunately, running your own apache webserver is for adavnced users only (not just the httpd.conf, if you are not an advanced user then maybe you are in over your head...
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Hey Gadget Guru. Do you want hear something funny man? That link you put up there with all x's. It's hardcore site. *plum* man. It's xxx.
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I finally found the right httpd.conf. How do i know the server sees my files? That's the part i don't understand. When i went to edit and then i click on replace. There are 2 boxes. Find what? Replace with? What do i do?
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Hey guys. I been searching and searching over and over again. I could not find any tutorials manuals or any type of instructions to get me started with Apache. Can anyone please help me out? I really wanted to start using Apache tonight. Thanks.
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See this post for documentation on how to run Apache:

http://www.ozzu.com/viewtopic.php?t=699

Everything you ever wanted to know about Apache is there. I suggest spending many hours reading it if you really want to understand it.
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ok this is what got off of the web.

Now we will edit the configuration files inside the directory /usr/local/etc/httpd/conf

First we will edit the httpd.conf file. This file determines the way the server will be run. Here is an example httpd.conf file.

Edit these directives in the httpd.conf file:

ServerType
This directive sets to either standalone or inetc Choose standalone, memory consumption is less Port
The default is 80 Select 80 unless you have reason to do otherwise If you are not root you will not be able to select a port below 1024 StartServer
Linux code is not currently able to take advantage of this capability Comment out this line with a # (pound) sign MaxServer
Linux us not able to take advantage of this feature currently Comment out this line with a # (pound) sign User/Group
For security purposes do not select root Httpd starts server as root then switches to user selected here User must be in /etc/passwd file User nobody is appropriate choice No need to select a group but if you do make ceratin the group is in the /etc/group file ServerAdmin
Make this the legal email address of the Web server administrator ErrorLog
Make this the location of the error log file Note this file is based off the server root directory (/usr/local/etc/httpd) logs/error_log is typical make sure to chown file to be owned by user selected to run httpd TransferLog
This is the location of the transfer log Note this file is based off the server root directory (/usr/local/etc/httpd) logs/access_log is typical make sure to chown file to be owned by user selected to run httpd AgentLog
This is the location of the agent log Note this file is based off the server root directory (/usr/local/etc/httpd) logs/agent_log is typical make sure to chown file to be owned by user selected to run httpd RefererLog
This is the location of the referer log Note this file is based off the server root directory (/usr/local/etc/httpd) logs/refer_log is typical make sure to chown file to be owned by user selected to run httpd RefererIgnore
List any servers you do not want to keep records of in this line You may list servers one line at a time PidFile
This file is the one whic carries the numerical PID of the httpd process File is typically logs/httpd.pid Normally there is no reason to change it You do NOT have to create this file, the server will create it upon starting the httpd daemon if the directory exists. ServerName
You may list aliases the server will recognize when an httpd request is received. The name selected my be a legal name, one stored in the tables of your DNS.

Next we will edit the access.conf file. This file determines who may access the server and how. Here is an example access.conf file.

There are two ways to create access control of your Web server, one is the access.conf file and the other individual .htaccess files in individual directories. You may also set user and password controls.

Edit these Parameters
<Directory /usr/local/etc/httpd/> Set this to your server root Documents Root
<Directory /usr/local/etc/httpd/htdocs> will work here Options
There are lots, this is default and it works Options Indexes FollowSymLinks AllowOverride
Set to AllowOverride All Determines which options the .htaccess file may control <Limit GET>
order allow,deny
You can set this order. deny from fferreri.ist.csuohio.edu is an example of denying someone access to your server or directory </Directory>
You may list individual directories to control at this point

Next we will edit the srm.conf file. This file configures the server's data structure, aliases, and related items. Here is an example srm.conf file.

Here are the parameters of the srm.conf file which you must accept or change by editing.
DocumentRoot
/usr/local/etc/httpd/htdocs is the default I recommend using this default under normal circumstances UserDir
This is the directory which your users will be able to use to publish their own Home Page with a ~user request to the Server. public_html is the default Some use www FancyIndexing
Set to on if you desire fancy indexing in your Web documents AddIcon
This directive tells the server which icon to show for different files or filename extensions Default Icon
based on the server root this file is the icon returned by the server on when there is no explicitly set icon an example is: /icons/unknown.xbm ReadmeName
Sets the name of the README file used HeaderName
sets the name of the file used for indexes IndexIgnore
Allows the Web administrator to set patterns of files which are ignored for indexing purposes AccessFileName
Use this directive to set the name of the file which controls access per directory. The default is .htaccess, but you must include it for it to function properly DefaultType
If the server cannot find a MIME type in your MIME file the server will treat the document as the value included here text/plain is the default value AddType
Permits the administrator to tweak mime.types without editing the file itself. AddEncoding
Allows the administrator to set certain browsers like Netscape and Mosaic to uncompress certain kinds of files on-the-fly Example: AddEncoding x-gzip gz Redirect
Is used when you move information off your server and you wish to leave a reference to the new location Example: Redirect /cali94/index.htmld/ http://www.movedto.edu/cali94/index.htmld. Aliases
Add up to twenty (20) aliases here Uses the pattern Alias fakename realname Example: Alias /icons/ /usr/local/etc/httpd/icons/ Allows you to use directories outside the normal DocumentRoot ScriptAlias
The ScriptAlias allows the admin to create aliases for the Script directories, just like a normal Alias Example: /cgi-bin/ /usr/local/etc/httpd/cgi-bin/ Server includes can be enabled if you uncomment these lines: AddType text/x-server-parsed-html .shtml AddType application/x-httpd-cgi .cgi
Normally one does not have to edit the mime.types file, at least not immediately. Here is an example mime.types file for your perusal.
Review (Double Check) Your Work

SeverType-I cannot find that in the httpd.conf file. I went to edit and then find. I searched for ServerType. Icannot be found. Am i doing something wrong?
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Hey Gadget Guru. your online. I have great idea. How about we get the software so you can view my mouse keyboard, mointor and everything else? Then you can help me. I know when someone has a live chat with Gateway computers. I had to ask them a few questions. Then always view your mouse and keyboard. That's just a thought and you can show me how you set it up so the next time. I can do it on my own.
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yeah that is a great idea DS12, however i work full time for a living and cannot afford the time to do something of that nature. i have confidence that with hard studying and diligence you will learn apache just like th rest of us did.... by reading... :-) nothing is free in this world im afraid... sorry to burst your bubble there buddy...
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