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How to create new files or modify existing files in a sym link?

I am new to the LAMP environment. I wanted to create files directly in my home directory instead of always copying it to /var/www. I created a sym link using the following command : ln -s /var/www ...
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Symlink /var/www directory

I have been trying to create a symlink: /var/www -> /home/USER/code/ Following http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9104337/create-a-symbolic-link-of-directory-in-ubuntu , I entered the following ...
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Apache 403 Forbidden when following a symlink

I currently have a dual boot between Windows and Ubuntu 12.04, using a separate partition to be able to access the same files between the two. So, currently my files are under /media/Files My ...
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Symlinks in /var/www/html don't work on a 64 bit machine

Strange problem. I have a 32 bit machine "A" running apache where when I create a symlink to a directory and access that link on the browser, I am able to see the contents of that directory. But on ...
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12.10 403 Forbidden SymLink

I am trying to set up a simple development environment and even after setting all the permissions, I can't get past the 403 error <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost ...
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sites-available subfolders and a2ensite?

Due to my job on my localhost I have a lot (think 50+) sites running, these are for about 8 different clients, I want to organise my sites into subfolders. I tried putting my sites in subfolders ...
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Can't use symlinks in local /var/www directory

I'm setting up my local LAMP server, and when I go to it, I can't follow symlinks with the Apache user (www-data). At this point, I've tried chowning and chmoding and I've added Options ...
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Making file in user's homedir accessible from web/webserver

I have a txt-file one of my user's homedir which is regularly updated there by a script. I now want to be able to access (read) this file from the web. /home/user/folder/file.txt So what I tried ...