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From Michael Martin <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] A strange problem with virtual hosts
Date Mon, 27 Jan 2003 04:31:13 GMT
Yes, that's one of the first things I checked - all permissions are as
they should be. Besides, as I stated before, lynx has no problem with
these virtual hosts. Also, the problem seems to be intermittent - it 
happens most of the time, but not all of the time. The log files show
absolutely nothing.

Update: the sites work fine with Opera. IE and Netscape can't access 
these sites. The sites are:

Others served by the same instance of apache that do work for all
browsers are:

I am using Apache 2.0 on a SuSE linux 8.1 system. Apache is out of the
box, er, right off of red-carpet. I did not modify any of the browser
hacks in the httpd.conf file - could this be getting in the way somehow?

On Sun, 2003-01-26 at 15:39, Jeff Bert wrote:
> Check your directory permissions.  I found that I had to put the permissions
> at drwxr-xr-x for the home directories of the users folders.
> Jeff
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael Martin [] 
> Sent: Sunday, January 26, 2003 1:01 PM
> To:
> Subject: [users@httpd] A strange problem with virtual hosts
> Hello, all. I have an apache server (version 2) running with several virtual
> hosts. All are configured exactly the same, with only the server and path
> names differing. Some of these hosts are reachable by the usual browsers
> (IE, Netscape, Galeon, etc.) but some are not. IE simply says it can't find
> the host, Netscape reports "connection refused". Lynx, however, has
> absolutely no problem with any of the hosts! Does anyone have any clue what
> might be going on? Is it possibly a resource issue?
> Thanks in advance...
Michael Martin <>

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