If you’re like me and don’t really read much when you think you know what you’re doing, you might hit a few road blocks occasionally.

 

Like when I installed BitNami LAMP stack for the first time; I thought for sure I would put my data in

but to my surprise that directory didn’t exist. Of course, there’s documentation available; but if you’re like me, you also may not be looking at that.

So, where do you put your www data?

The default directory is

 

Old habits die hard.

 


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