At 12.04.2002  14:48, you wrote:
>I still can't manage to test locally the pages in my notebook, without using
>the htdocs directory. As i told you, i managed to install the all the stuff
>correctly, made my first test with a php script in the htdocs Apache
>instalation folder, but when  i tried to put that new directory path in the
>httpd.conf file i couldn't see the php script on the designated folder. I
>know that in the other case i had to access via http://localhost/test.php
>path. How do i test a page that is, let's say, in the c:\website\ folder?
>(after i configured its path in httpd.conf file, of course)
>i know that i should put something like this in the httpd.conf file
><Directory "C:\WINDOWS\Desktop\work">
>AddType application/x-httpd-php .php .phtml .php3
>#Next line is optional (for viewing source)
>AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps
>but after that, what path i put in the browser?
Following Information may not work under WIN*. Probably you should ask
this question on the window-list, but maybe something works equal to WIN
Set up a local DNS-server, (I think it could be emulated by 
her you add your new domainname f.e. ""
in httpd.conf add a new
DocumentRoot c:/myfiles/foocomfiles
and something like:
<Directory "c:/myfiles/foocomfiles">
    Options Indexes FollowSymLinks
    AllowOverride Limit
after restarting apache, the new virtual server should be available ??
HTH Oliver

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