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Re: httpd installed by default on desktops! bad gnome-user-share, bad!



That'd be great.  Is it possible?  It looks like it currently calls the
httpd binary using a config file in /usr/share/gnome-user-share/.

It looks like all it uses from the httpd package is the binary, but the
config isn't split out into a separate RPM.  You could take it up with the
Apache maintainer.  The thing is, then what happens when I wan to set up a
host as a web server?  I install httpd, move files to /var/www/html/foo
and fire it up, and nothing works.  Maybe move the httpd binary to
httpd-something and keep the rest in httpd, with the config, then change
the g-u-s R to httpd-something.

Just my $0.02.

> On Mon, Apr 09, 2007 at 11:50:06AM -0500, Jon Ciesla wrote:
>> Point taken.  But my question stands, isn't root required to do
>> something
>> REALLY stupid?  It should be.  I think if that's met we're as safe as we
>> can reasonably be, if WebDAV sharing provides helpful functionality.
>> I don't know, I've never used it.
>
> I guess I'd be somewhat mollified if the apache server configuration were
> broken out from whatever is needed to run this package. And hey, that'd be
> a
> size win too.
>
>
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> Matthew Miller           mattdm mattdm org          <http://mattdm.org/>
> Boston University Linux      ------>              <http://linux.bu.edu/>
>


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