I have recently installed the Apache web browser in my Debian Squeeze (using command
tasksel and selecting
[ ] Web server). Now I get it to start via
sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 start and then I go to my browser and key in
http://localhost and the "It works!" page shows up indicating that I have installed and started the web server successfully.
Now I know that the HTML file for the "It works!" page is in
/var/www and I am led to beleive that if I do create new pages, I need to stuff them into this directory. Creating pages would be easy but in doing so, I need to issue the
sudo command each and every time I create/edit a file under the
I would like to know how I can create a directory in my HOME e.g.
~/html/test/index.html and have that page displayed when I enter the address
http://localhost/html/test in my browser address?