My domain is 3 days into being redirected to servers at DreamHost. I can FTP in to the machine name at DH.
I want to be able to use WebDav with DreamHost - I am used to using it in Mac OS X, it’s built-in. I have spent several hours looking at every option in the control panel, and see where to enable WebDAV for a user.
is this correct: “the correct format is http://username:password@hostname/path”
When I hit command-K in the Finder in Mac OS X, what do I type?
what variation of http://mydomain.com/serverusername/
When I log onto the webDAV test site, it’s
This works, and their server mounts on my desktop almost instantly. So no problems with DAV.
I need help understanding the /home/user/directory file structure.
i read the webDAV for Dummies thread on this board, did a search for DAV and webDAV and collated all the threads for the last year.
It’s remarkable how little info about DAV is available as of 4/16/2004, that a non-epert can assimilate.
this is what my directory looks like right now:
(changing only the names of the users)
Index of /
Name Last modified Size Description
Parent Directory 13-Apr-2004 12:15 -
user 1/ 15-Apr-2004 20:33 -
user 2/ 15-Apr-2004 13:28 -
web-content/ 15-Apr-2004 15:44 -
web-data/ 15-Apr-2004 15:47 -
web-settings/ 15-Apr-2004 15:47 -
Adobe Golive put the web-content folders there.
hints and tips, anyone?