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Apache in RedHat 7.1

Posted on 2001-08-15
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  i used apache in RH6.2 before,now i found that on RH7.1
,apache will install its "DocumentRoot" to /var/www/html,
my question is:
   is this changing can help apache or Linux more secure?
and if i put files for "virtualhost" on /home,could it wor
k without any problem?
   thank you
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I believe that the change to /var/www is part of the adherence to the Linux Standards Base (the project that is designed to make it easier for 3rd parties to write installers for Linux) which specifices /var/www/

You can have it whereever you like, if you want you can even move it back to /home/www it isn't a security issue.
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ok,thanks a lot,i know what should i do though, :)

hope to see you next time, have a NICE DAY ~~
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