[NBLUG/talk] httpd problem
todd at aristesoftware.com
Mon Jan 17 10:19:02 PST 2005
Well, I am not sure exactly where the problem existed, but a reinstall
of Fedora 3 *and* doing the update (144 files!) FIRST seemed to solve
Another *beginner* item I found was that the default firewall setting in
Fedora 3 does NOT allow eth0 to go through. If I had known that,
setting up my LAN and Samba would have been a 2-3 minute operation,
rather than too long to admit.
Todd Cary wrote:
> OK...yes I am embarrassed asking such a basic question, but I have run
> out of ideas!
> Here is the problem:
> I am trying to bring up my second server (play box) running Fedora 3.
> I have Apache up and running with the following settings:
> Document directory: /home/httpd
> Port: 8080 [do not want it to conflict with my other httpd server]
> http://184.108.40.206:8080 tells me Apache is running
> However with http://220.127.116.11:808/testphp.php or
> http://18.104.22.168:8080/index.html I have a permissions problem.
> /home/httpd is owner by "apache" with a group of "adm"
> Permissions are 775
> The same is true of the files in /home/httpd
> I checked Apache and it is owned by "apache" and the group is "apache".
> These appear to be the exact settings as is on my working server
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