UPDATE: -- bindbn: Try change DocumentRoot in (/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf) to (DocumentRoot "/var/www/html/drupal") -- @bindbn: That didn't work. One question I have is is does the "www" folder have some meaning to Apache, since I've currently got the install here. "/var/www/drupal" instead of here "/var/www/html/drupal" -- Also, after I made the suggested change I ran the CMDs "# httpd -k stop" then "# apachectl start" as sudo, are those correct?
Context: First time using Apache, and followed the default install directions for a CMS called Drupal.
Problem is that now the install is not root, meaning in the case of www.sample.com, it would be running at www.sample.com/drupal, not at www.sample.com; which is where I need it.
Googled all this, searched serverfault questions, and I'm still completely lost; also, I really don't want to mess up an Apache config doing the wrong thing; plus, appears Apache config mods change a lot version to version. Thanks in advance for any pointers!!
INFO: Apache-2.2, CentOS-5.5
If you have any questions, just let me know -- again, thanks!!