Article:
  Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 2
Subject:   httpd.conf
Date:   2003-03-17 11:45:04
From:   anonymous2
I tried to backup the httpd.conf and then sudo to access it (because I don't have bbedit) and its giving me a command not found message. I couldn't continue with the rest of the examples because it gave me access denied messages.


Advice anyone?

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  • httpd.conf
    2003-03-28 01:29:36  anonymous2 [View]

    if you do not have bbedit you can do one of two things.
    One: dload bbedit 7.0.3 from http://barebones.com (free to demo)
    or you can use a "pico" command
    sudo pico /etc/httpd/httpd.conf

    pico (as you will learn in later installments of the article) is a cli text editor. I think lesson 3 or 4 talks about pico. If not I know Learning terminal in jaguar (chris stone) talks about it.
    • httpd.conf
      2005-02-27 08:41:31  turbo-gi [View]

      I have the same problem. I do have bbedit but the command line:

      bbedit /etc/httpd/httpd.conf
      OR
      sudo bbedit /etc/httpd/httpd.conf.

      just gives me the answer
      sudo: /etc/httpd/httpd.conf: command not found

      Thanks for the help