Apache 1.2.4 & Frontpage Extensions & Linux
Posted on 1997-11-20
I have install fp ext on my apache web server. The installation seemed to go okay.
When I try to create a web using Frontpage Explorer (FP 97) I get a POST error. However, the site appears to be created, i.e. all of the directories (_vti_*) are created on my linux machine, but I can't edit the site.
The interesting part is... if I fiddle with the fp ext install/unintall program... recal. links, etc... I'm not exactly sure of the order of events, but eventually I can get it to allow me to edit the site again. Yet, I still can't add a new site without going back and fiddling with the fp admin program.
I think it may have something to do with disk/file rights.
MY QUESTION: What are all of the filenames (and/or directories) that are modified when a new site is created?
To me it seems that the rights are not set correctly on a file/dir that is modified only during creating a new site, since once I can edit previously created sites (after "fiddle").