On Saturday, 2006, November 4 at 9:22, [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Wasp King) wrote:

>Peter,
>   
>  thanks. it now works also....a 3rd question: how can my apache2.2 does nto 
>start automatically upon rebooting?  /usr/local/etc/rc.d does have the file 
>apahce22.sh, and has the permision -r-xr-xr-x, owned by root. so it should 
>start 
>automatically?

Try adding:
apache22_enable="YES"
in /etc/rc.conf

>
>"Peter A. Giessel" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>  On Thursday, 2006, November 2 at 16:19, [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Wasp King) 
>wrote:
>
>>Still cannot get http://cyber***.com/~user3 to work
>>though. they seem to change everything with a newer
>>version of apache...
>
>Check out the:
>--------------------------------
># User home directories
>Include etc/apache22/extra/httpd-userdir.conf
>--------------------------------
>
>inclusion in your httpd.conf (and of course httpd-userdir.conf ).
>
>For Apache 2.2 they modularized the configuration file, which is
>VERY nice when you are making changes to a specific part and don't
>want to botch up the rest of your config, but it takes some getting
>used to.

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