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What is the path to absolute path to my account?
2005-07-28

The absolute path to your account, is:

/home/username

Replacing username with your account's username, of course.

The absolute path to your web root directory (where your HTML/web files) are stored, is:

/home/username/public_html

You may also use:

/home/username/www

The www directory is a symbolic link to the public_html directory. They are not copies, but two different names to the same place and thus modifications to one will affect the other.

The absolute path to your cgi-bin script aliased directory is:

/home/username/public_html/cgi-bin



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