DESCRIPTIONdhttpd is a program that started out as a small project to write a simple server that could not be hacked, i.e. one that doesn't allow cgi scripts, and one that didn't require a permanent IP address to use properly. When this server was completed and it was in working condition, it was realized that it was memory efficient, low profile, quick, and served the one need for an HTTP daemon: to transmit files.
FEATURESdhttpd does not support generating directory listings for you. for a directory, it will give the index.html, if it exists, or it will give an error. dhttpd doesn't support logging, cgi, or public_html directories. It's intended to be a very minimal web server.
- -p portnum
- Set the port the web server runs on http://servername/
- -r webdir
- Serve requests under this directory. The default location to serve files from is /var/www/. You will need an index.html if you want to be able to use exactly that location. If not, you have to enter the file name too.
- -b IP address
- Listen on specified interface. Defaults to 0.0.0.0 (all interfaces).
- Do not fork into background on startup.
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AUTHORThis manual page was written by Christoph Lameter <[email protected]>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system.