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location public_html in ubuntu server

Posted on 2011-03-08
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I just installed Ubuntu server on a machine at work.
It's a stand alone webserver.

I'm running webmin, apache, mysql, & proftopd....

I'm a rookie with linux - this is my first server ... although, i'm done development for years & am very familiar with networking, web hosting, etc..

Where can i locate the public_html folder?

I get the "It Works" page when I access the server by IP from another machine in the network.
I can't resolve the linux box by name bc it's not joined to the local domain.
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this post from ubuntuforums may help you:
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1644568

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i had literally just found it before receiving your email notification while playing around with the find command ... but the link you sent me to has the correct answer in it ..
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lol, timing is everything :)

glad you found it, thanks for the accept.

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