Stupid Newbie question- Web access.
Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2003 14:18:17 +1000
If I create a Web site on Apache, and just leave my system connected to the
'net, would anyone be able to view it?
(Forget about why this would be stupid. I just want to know if it would
work in theory.)
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