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From Charles Heizer <heiz...@llnl.gov>
Subject Re: Can you successfully run Apache 2 on Solaris?
Date Thu, 08 Aug 2002 19:19:49 GMT
If it compiles and installs fine it should work. The only real gotcha I
found was, check the httpd user and group. The group has to be changed to an
actual group. I just set it to nobody.

- Charles


On 8/8/02 11:45 AM, "Marcus Leon" <Marcus.Leon@baltimore.com> wrote:

> Has anyone been able to get Apache 2 running on Solaris?  We've had no luck.
> 
> When we start Apache:
> -The Apache process (httpd) is started
> -Apache listens on the specified port
> -Control is not "returned" to the command prompt after running
> "apachectl start".  The command kind of hangs there.
> -The logs are completely empty.
> 
> When you request a page through Apache from your browser, Apache
> appears to try to deliver a response but it never gets to the browser.
> 
> Our config is Apache 2.0.39 on Solaris 8 running on Sun hardware.
> Note that this Apache runs fine on Linux.
> 
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