5418RE: [LinkStation_General] Using the LinkStation Web Server
- Aug 14, 2006Hi,
This directive is in /etc/thttpd.conf - you can then do /etc/init.d/thttpd restart after making changes to restart it.
However, I would always have a directory out of my home directory for serving web requests.
From: LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com on behalf of G. Sloane
Sent: Mon 14/08/2006 00:53
Subject: [LinkStation_General] Using the LinkStation Web Server
I am trying to use the LinkStation built-in web server. I am new to
linux, but have learned a few basics working with Bash. I have set up a
link in the 'www" directory to my share directory. That works fine in
telnet, but I get the following message when I try to access it through
a web browser: "The requested URL '/web' resolves to a file outside the
permitted web server directory tree." I suspect this is just a matter
of changing some directory permissions or some config file, but being
new to linux, I need some guidance on how to do this.
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