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I now have an e-commerce program mounted on my Apache server. Index.html for this is at '/home/httpd/cgi-bin/store/protected/files/index.html'. What sort of URL do I need to type in to see this page, please? I'm a bit baffled.
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Uhh, depends on what your Apache conf file defines DocumentRoot and/or ScriptAlias to and what the perms are in the Directory definition. Judging by the directory path having cgi-bin in it my guess woulr be that ScriptAlias might point to /home/httpd/cgi-bin. In that case you should be able to point to the page with:

http://server.dom.com/cgi-bin/store/protected/files/index.html
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