Clear Linux manages configuration files differently than other distros.
Distro defaults live in /usr/share/defaults and /usr/share/clear.
System/User specific configs can live in their usual places in /etc and take precedence
over the defaults we ship in /usr/share. Don't modify the files in /usr/share or
/usr/lib/systemd - those files may be cleaned up in future updates or reverted if you run:
swupd --diagnose --repair
Check out 'man stateless' for more details.
There examples specific to nginx in that man page. I believe httpd configs are managed
On 8/31/20, 12:23 PM, "Cristiano Di Buduo" <cristiano(a)dibuduo.be>
Hi, I'm new to this list.
I came to wonder why the default configuration file path was changed
when building the httpd package, why the package landing page doesn't
inform people where it is, and why there are no default configuration
files supplied with sensible defaults such as a linux distribution
would do to reflect that it doesn't hate its users? :P
So, where do I configure httpd? Please don't direct me to apache
documentation. I already tried the default
/usr/local/apache2/conf/apache.conf as well as
/etc/httpd/conf/apache.conf. There are many more possibilities. Which
will finally work? I really need httpd asap.
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