Attempt to install and start Apache, PHP, MySQL descending into chaos

Dave M G martin at
Tue Oct 25 16:04:22 UTC 2005

> You'll kick yourself...
> You forgot to sudo the apache2 start:
> dave at ubuntu1:~$ sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 start

Okay. I threw in "sudo" and it said:
 * Starting web server (Apache2)... httpd (pid 15263) already running
[ ok ]

So that's good. But I did a little poking around, and I'm a little put
off by my html being in:

Can I not change this to something a little more intuitive, like:

Or better yet, have my files served directly at:

Dave M G

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