User (Personal) Web Spaces on SME 7
 

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User (Personal) Web Spaces on SME 7

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Reference

Original location and files here. 

This is a mini-howto for creating user web spaces (SME7) by Damien Curtain, modified by Jean-Philippe PIALASSE.

Goal 

You want to allow your users to have public web space accessable by http://www.your_domain/~user_name.

Note: this will create user web spaces for NEW users AND EXISTING users.

Installation 

 
rpm -Uvh \ http://www.pialasse.com/RPMS/smeserver-user-webspace-0.1-5.SME7.noarch.rpm 

Answer YES to the question.

Configuration

You can put a default index.html in /etc/e-smith/skel/user/home/public_html that will appear in the users webspace when the user is created.  

To copy the index.html file to all existing users: 

find /home/e-smith/files/users/ -type d -name public_html \
-exec cp /etc/e-smith/skel/user/home/public_html/index.html {} \;  \
-exec chmod 666 {}/index.html \;

To remove all index.html files in all user directories (DANGEROUS!) 

find /home/e-smith/files/users/ -type d \
-name public_html -exec rm -f {}/index.html \;
 

Disable Personal Web Spaces 

If at any stage you want to disable user webspace, enter these commands as root:

/sbin/e-smith/config set UserPublicWeb off

/sbin/e-smith/expand-template /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf

service httpd restart

Re-enable Personal Web Spaces

/sbin/e-smith/config set UserPublicWeb on

/sbin/e-smith/expand-template /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf

service httpd restart

The usual disclaimer: You are responsible for any changes you make to your server.

Last Updated on Sunday, 06 July 2008 21:21