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Re: change in default home page for httpd?




On 9/1/07, Robert P. J. Day <rpjday mindspring com> wrote:

i just *know* i'm going to regret asking this, but has something
changed in the default home page for httpd if you don't set one up
yourself?

previously, i was used to, after just starting httpd and browsing to
localhost, seeing the ubiquitous home page, "Fedora Test Page", blah
blah blah.
 
if apache root directory doesn't contain any index.html (usually /var/www/html ) it loads the file defined in welcome.conf usually /var/www/error/noindex.html

now, i get simply a blank, white page, and welcome.conf looks
reasonable.  what have i done that's indescribably dumb?  thanks.

rday

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