The UNIX File System
The UNIX file system is hierarchical in structure.
The tilde character (~) is an alias for the Virtual Server home directory,
accessible only by the Virtual Server administrator. Under the home directory
are major directories identified by the following names:
||Contains Virtual Server program files
||Contains the null device node
||Contains FTP programs and data files
||Contains several important subdirectories, including user account home directories
||Contains user account e-mail and log files
||A link to the ~/usr/local/etc/httpd directory, which contains all web server configuration, log, and data files
Under each of these major directories are many subdirectories. Those you should know about when getting started are listed
||The Virtual Server home directory and parent of all other Virtual Server directories
||CGI and scripts directory
||All Web pages need to be placed in this directory
||Contains the Web Server Log Files
||Used for Virtual Subhosting
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