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From Rob Hartill <hart...@hyperreal.com>
Subject Linux problem - no response
Date Tue, 22 Aug 1995 16:06:10 GMT
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> From stecla@troubador.com  Mon Aug 21 16:45:44 1995
> Message-Id: <m0skgwm-000mhzC@aurora.troubador.com>
> Date: Mon, 21 Aug 95 17:12 PDT
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> To: apache-bugs@hyperreal.com
> From: stecla@troubador.com (Stephen Clayton)
> Subject: Re: Bugs 8.10
> X-Mailer: <PC Eudora Version 1.4>
> 
> I'm running linux 1.1.59
> Presently running apache 6.5
> downloaded 8.10
> compiled
> During the compile I get 3 warnings:
> 
> good compiles...
> 
> util.c:Infunction 'get_remote_host'
> util.c:768: warning: passing arg2 of 'pstrdup' discards 'const' from pointer 
> target type
> util.c: In function 'find_fqdn':
> util.c:838 warning: passing arg2 of 'pstrdup' discards 'const' from pointer 
> target type
> 
> more good compiles...
> ...
> 
> mod_access.c: In function 'create_access_dir_config':
> mod_access.c:96: warning: assignment makes integer from pointer without a cast
> 
> good compiles to end:
> 
> moved up the new executable
> tweaked the srm file a bit to get it to run.  had to change the addtype line 
> a bit
> then it ran fine... but.
> I can't see the server from outside.
> I can't ever connect with the server.
> It just seems to do nothing!
> 
> In the error_log the only entry is:
> [Mon Aug 21 17:08:30 1995] Server configured  --  resuming normal operations
> then nothing till I reboot the machine or restart apache 6.5 upon which It 
> starts running fine again. all other configurations are the same. file 
> directories are the same.
> 
> Steve
> 
> >> 
> >> www.troubador.com
> >> stecla@troubador.com
> >> 
> >> I'm running apache 6.5 with no problems
> >> 
> >> 
> >> I can compile 8,10 with linux 1.1.59
> >> but when I try to run it with in place of 6.5 it's like the server just
> >> isn't there. I get no errors on the execution of httpd but IT just does 
> >> nothing.
> >
> >If you're using the same config files as before, it ought to work.
> >
> >Nothing in the error-log ?
> >
> >rob
> >
> >
> 
> 
> 
> 


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