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How to change default web location path in Nginx?


You can find Nginx configurations on nginx.conf file.

# Default locaction in mac if you have installed it through homebrew:

	/usr/local/etc/nginx/nginx.conf

# Possible locations on Unix or Linux

	/etc/nginx/nginx.conf
	/opt/nginx/conf/

Open the configuration file: nginx.conf and locate below piece of configuration.

server {
	listen       8080;
	server_name  localhost;
	
	location / {
	    root   html;
	    index  index.html index.htm;
	}
}

As per the above configuration Nginx is pointing to "html" folder with in Nginx current installed folder. Replace "html": with your desired folder location, like "/usr/java2novice/html"

server {
	listen       80;
	server_name  localhost;
	
	location / {
	    root   /usr/java2novice/html;
	    index  index.html index.htm;
	}
}

Now save the configuration and restart Nginx. Now Nginx will start serving the html content from your custom folder path.

$ sudo nginx -s stop
$ sudo nginx
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