Enable Web Server & Test

Step 3: Enable Web Server & Test

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This is pretty easy.

Remember this?

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Go back there and start up "httpd"
(Yeah, the "Start Now" button)

Now go to http://192.168.1.1/ and you should see this:

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You now have a working webserver!

You can put any old html you want in /var/www/htmland it will be served up!
(that's 92.168.1.1intranethtml from windows)

You can also open your FIREWALL to WWW's and anyoldbody on the internet
will be able to hack, I mean view, your site!
(No, I'm not going to tell you how.  If you can't figure it out... you shouldn't do it!)

If you want to have the webserver always run, set it to start at boot time.

BUT WE DON'T WANT BORING OLD HTML ANYWAY, WE WANT MORE! READ ON....

image Step 2: Reconfiguring Samba Shares

image Step 4: Installing a Web Portal

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