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From Gary Turner <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Can't locate API module structure 'config_log_module', error
Date Wed, 18 Dec 2002 02:39:45 GMT
eric wrote:

>Dear Gary or any httpd's advancer:
>  Should I change my xp's computer name to

Why would you ask this?  Your hostname has nothing to do with your
problem.  RTFM
>  or any setting is wrong to make outsider can not see my site, I go to
>, to see my HTTP Header
>it is timeout.
>so it must have some mistake, (I always can reach my site from my local

Please do not top post.

>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Gary Turner" <>

>> eric wrote:
>> >I can access my site from my computer local computer,
>> >but fail to let outsider access my site(I just discover tonight)
>> Have you got a modicum of clue re how browsers and servers work?
>> RTFM:

Have you done this yet?

>> Do something on your own!  RTFM:

Or this?

>> Haven't you said that you are using XP?  Doesn't that have a built-in
>> firewall?  Is port 80 open to the world?  Is there another firewall
>> blocking the world?

Well?  Is it?  Are they?

>> Eric, I'd like to dig in to a problem and help you to solve it.  Helping
>> often orders my thoughts and creates a learning opportunity for me.
>> But!  You are required to come to class prepared.  And you are required
>> to state the problem clearly, concisely, and with supporting data.
>> Read (no, it's not TheFM, but it is a how-to):

  Nielsen's First Law of Computer Manuals:
People don't read documentation voluntarily.

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