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RE: Nothing works - Apache doesn't work in 6.2



I am seeing the same problems with my install of 6.s, and have not yet
figured it out, either...  I wish I still had my old httpd.conf file :(

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Kevin_Saenz dell com [SMTP:Kevin_Saenz dell com]
> Sent:	Tuesday, May 23, 2000 10:55 PM
> To:	redhat-install-list redhat com
> Subject:	RE: Nothing works - Apache doesn't work in 6.2
> 
> what install did you select when installing RH6.2?
> 
> what do you get when you show the list of processors?
> i.e 
> ps ax
> even try
> ps ax|grep httpd
> 
> have you install inetd? do you have your portmap running?
> I can't answer your ip conflict if your are positive you have
> given the right ip address to the the right machine.
> 
> It looks like your httpd.conf file is a little screwy.
> in my httpd.conf my structure is like
> 
> <Directory />
>     Options FollowSymLinks
>     AllowOverride None
> </Directory>        
> 
> <Directory "/home/httpd/html">
>     Options Indexes Includes FollowSymLinks 
>    Order allow,deny
>     Allow from all
> </Directory>           
> 
> Alias /icons/ "/home/httpd/icons/"
> 
> <Directory "/home/httpd/icons">
>     Options Indexes MultiViews
>     AllowOverride None
>     Order allow,deny
>     Allow from all
> </Directory>        
> 
> What was wrong with the default httpd.conf file?
> I would also check the ownership of the directories under httpd
> 
> 
> > 	Here is some preview reading.  This is in my error_log several
> > times:
> > 
> > [Tue May 23 19:44:35 2000] [crit] (98)Address already in use:
> > make_sock: could not bind to port 80
> > [Tue May 23 19:45:09 2000] [error] [client 192.168.0.2] client
> > denied by server configuration: /home/httpd/html
> > [Tue May 23 19:48:14 2000] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] client
> > denied by server configuration: /home/httpd/html
> > 
> > 	192.168.0.2 is my LAN IP address and I hope I don't have to say
> > what the other one is.  This may explain the [error] messages
> > better to you guys; here is the part of my httpd.conf by "#
> > Controls who can get stuff from this server." (N.B. I have cut
> > out the stupid comments):
> > 
> > <Directory /"/home/httpd/html/">
> > 	AllowOverride AuthConfig FileInfo Indexes Limit Options
> >     Order allow,deny
> >     Allow from all
> > </Directory>
> > <Files ~>
> > 	AllowOverride AuthConfig FileInfo Indexes Limit Options
> >     Order allow,deny
> >     Deny from all
> > </Files>
> > <Directory /icons/"/home/httpd/icons/">
> > 	AllowOverride AuthConfig FileInfo Indexes Limit Options
> >     Order allow,deny
> >     Allow from all
> > </Directory>
> > <Directory /cgi-bin/"/home/httpd/cgi-bin/">
> > 	Options ExecCgi
> > 	AllowOverride AuthConfig FileInfo Indexes Limit Options
> >     Order allow,deny
> >     Allow from all
> > </Directory>
> > 
> > 	I have tried the <Directory directory> with a trailing / and
> > without one and this gives me no error when running "httpd", but
> > it still does give me the 403 message when I try to connect.  If
> > I change it to something like <Directory / "/home/httpd/html/">
> > (space between the / and the "/home...), I get this error
> > "Multiple <Directory> arguments not (yet) supported.
> >   	I changed the user to www and in Linuxconf made www's home
> > directory /home/httpd then Linuxconf recursively changed the
> > ownership of those files to user www, then I changed the user
> > and group in httpd.conf.  I really do not believe the problem is
> > with this because it does the same thing with user nobody and
> > the file permissions are all correct.  Directories are set to
> > 0755 and files are set to 0744, also I can access and read, the
> > files logged in a just a regular user.
> > 	If anyone has a working httpd.conf file, could you please send
> > it directly to me? You can use xxx for anything that changes
> > like the IP and stuff if you do not want me to see it.
> > 
> > If someone wants to help me more I will send you my httpd.conf
> > file.
> > 
> > LOST,
> > 	Derek
> > 
> > 
> > Yehuda Feinsilber wrote:
> > > 
> > > Derek,
> > > It is NOT a permission problem just a slight error in httpd.conf.
> > > 
> > > Open /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf.
> > > Find  The line "# Controls who can get stuff from this server."
> > > Edit the next line to be:
> > > <Directory /"/home/httpd/html">
> > > Do the same for .....httpd/icons>
> > > Do the same for .....httpd/cgi-bin>
> > > 
> > > Yehuda Feinsilber
> > >
> > 
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