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From Marcelo Laia <ml...@yahoo.com>
Subject [users@httpd] I get error when defining <Directory></Directory> in win2k workstation
Date Thu, 07 Nov 2002 12:31:11 GMT
Hello list,

I am configuring a site and I am not getting to obtain
success.

My application needs the above instruction in the
httpd.conf:

<Directory C:\webdoc\gallery>
    AllowOverride Options FileInfo
</Directory>

But, when putting these lines in the file httpd.conf,
I obtain the error 500. In the log of error of the
Apache there are the following lines:

[Thu Nov 07 10:04:48 2002] [notice] Parent: Created
child process 1476

[Thu Nov 07 10:04:48 2002] [notice] Child 1476: Child
process i running

[Thu Nov 07 10:04:48 2002] [notice] Child 1476:
Acquired the start mutex.

[Thu Nov 07 10:04:48 2002] [notice] Child 1476:
Starting 250 worker threads.

[Thu Nov 07 10:06:00 2002] [alert] [client 127.0.0.1]
C:/webdoc/gallery/setup/ .htaccess: Invalid command
'php_value', perhaps mis-spelled or defined by
modulates her/it not included in the server
configuration, referer: http://localhost/gallery/

How can I solve this problem?

If I change the configuration above for

<Directory C:\webdoc\gallery>
      AllowOverride None
      Options FileInfo Index
</Directory>

the Apache doesn't begin.

I use win2k workstation, php 4, myspl and Apache
2.0.43.

Thank you for the helps.

Marcelo

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