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From mark <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] httpd works, no errors but can not get html page in browser
Date Wed, 04 Jun 2003 17:44:53 GMT

Networking is fine, is already use telnet for access from other PC, have 
qmail and proftp installed and running without problems.

Tried local telnet but same result, connects but can not get the page to 
show up....

Any ideas please? (I already removed everything once and did a complete 
re-install but same results....)


At 09:13 AM 6/4/2003 +0200, you wrote:
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: mark []
> >
> >I have just installed httpd-2.0.45 with no options in ./configure
> >
> >Only a few changes made in the default httpd.conf:
> >User wwwrun
> >Group nogroup
> >ServerName
> >
> >I use Linux, SuSE 6.2 (original) but upgraded the kernel to 2.4.20.
> >
> >Output error_log: after starting httpd:
> >[Tue Jun 03 22:26:15 2003] [notice] Apache/2.0.45 (Unix) configured --
> >resuming normal operations
> >
> >Output access_log
> > - - [03/Jun/2003:22:09:09 +0200] "GET / HTTP/1.0" 200 1968
> > - - [03/Jun/2003:22:09:32 +0200] "GET /
> >HTTP/1.0" 200 1968
> >
> >but i don't get any thing on either my browser on
> > or even on
> >the server using lynx:
>It sounds like some TCP/IP layer problem (FW in the way, apache on wrong
>IP or port, machine not responding correctly to IP). Couple of things to
>- Do you have a firewall running on the server? Is it blocking/dropping
>- Do you have a "Listen" directive? If so, either remove it (so you rely
>on the default which is all IPs, port 80) or set it to "Listen
>- Is your machine properly configured at the TCP/IP layer to respond to
>this IP? Check it using "ifconfig -a" (n.b. this is a root command). Can
>you telnet to the machine?
>- Can you get the page via the command line?, e.g.
>$ telnet 80
>GET / HTTP/1.0
>Owen Boyle
>Disclaimer: Any disclaimer attached to this message may be ignored.
> >Looking up localhost first.
> >Looking up localhost.
> >Making HTTP connection to localhost.
> >Sending HTTP request.
> >HTTP request sent; waiting for response.
> >Alert!: Unexpected network read error; connection aborted.
> >Can't Access `http://localhost/'
> >Alert!: Unable to access document.
> >
> >lynx: Can't access startfile
> >(same if i use the instead of localhost)
> >
> >Has anyone got an idea what this can be? I'm boggled....
> >
> >Thanks & Cheers
> >Mark
> >
> >
> >
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