Webserver serving user content

If you need a webserver to serve content from your $HOME to the world, please create the directory ~/WWW on Atlas if it does not exist yet. Copying files in there allows anyone from the world to access those files, therefore double-check what you make available! The exception is the directory ~/WWW/LSC which is automatically password protected against roster.ligo.org, thus, if you have files which are not for the general public, please use this directory.

The webserver's name is simply www.atlas.aei.uni-hannover.de. User directories are mapped as follows:

Local directory URLSorted descending Comment
~user/WWW/LSC https://www.atlas.aei.uni-hannover.de/~user/LSC/ Open only via user/password from roster.ligo.org
~user/WWW https://www.atlas.aei.uni-hannover.de/~user/ Fully open to the world!

Make sure that the published files have world read permissions and the directories world at least access permissions, better world read and access permissions with:
find ~/WWW -type f -exec chmod 644 {} \; -or -type d -exec chmod 755 {} \;

-- CarstenAulbert - 20 Aug 2008

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Title Creating LSC-only web pages
Description If you need to create web pages only visible for LSC users, this page describes how you will get started.
Tags www web lsc
Category User
This topic: ATLAS > WebHome > GeneralDocumentation > PrivateWeb
Topic revision: 21 Feb 2017, KarlWette
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