|Today I received an email asking about my /etc/dhclient.conf file. So I decided
to publish it.
I use FrontPage 98 on my NT1 box, so
the first step was to get the file from my FreeBSD box. It was easy enough to find
the dhclient file. But it was much harder to find out where my web server files
where. I knew the location would be specified in httpd.conf, but I couldn't even
find that. My first stop was my virtual host notes
for Apache. I found out that the file I wanted was:
In this file, I found a reference to DocumentRoot which contained this value:
I now had my destination directory. I copied the file:
cp /etc/dhclient.conf dhclient.htm
I then went to NT1 and opened my browser and navigated to the home directory of my
webserver and typed:
And I received the dreaded Forbidden message:
You don't have permission to access /dhclient.htm on this server.