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From Luis Gallegos <lgalle...@todo1.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Windows installation
Date Thu, 06 Nov 2003 14:13:35 GMT
Check your antivirus settings. Some antivirus have protection against
web attacks....

	Luis



On Wed, 2003-11-05 at 21:26, hunter wrote:
> On Wed, 2003-11-05 at 04:09, Faye LeBon wrote:
> > Dear All,
> > 
> >  
> > 
> > I have happily used apache purely as a way to test cgi scripts on my
> > local machine.  After foolishly letting a virus into my machine (XP
> > home edition with SP1) I lost my version of apache & have now
> > downloaded version 2.0.47. Unfortunately I’m having problems
> > installing it.
> > 
> > What details should go into the Network Domain and Server Name entries
> > in the installation wizard?   I do not have a www. Address as I use
> > apache purely to test scripts. I have tried putting ‘localhost’ into
> > these areas, but whenever I try to load http://localhost/ or
> > http://127.0.0.1/ into my browser it just times out.
> > 
> >  
> > 
> > Apologies for what may seem the simplest of questions.
> > 
> >  
> > 
> > Kindest regards
> > 
> >  
> > 
> > Catherine LeBon
> > 
> > 
> Catherine,
> 
> I cannot help you with the MSI install, since I have never used it.
> 
> I build Apache binaries that you can download in zip format, that
> require simple commands to configure. If you follow the instructions
> below the Apache will usually start and work as you desire without
> further configuration. I recommend Apache 2.0.48. The SSL and zlib are
> not preconfigured so simply don't bother with them.
> 
> >From a previous post...
> 
> Apache 1.3.29 with mod_ssl and openssl  
> Apache 2.0.48 with mod_ssl (built-in), openssl and zlib
> 
> Only the newest files can be found here... 
> http://hunter.campbus.com/
> 
> MD5's, and all previous builds can be found here...
> http://tor.ath.cx/~hunter/apache/
> 
> In addition to OpenSSL (made with MASM) I also added zlib to build
> mod_deflate.so in Apache 2.0.47-48 for those who are interested in using
> it - it is not configured, just like the mod_ssl.so.
> 
> Note: some configuration is required.
> 
> I build to c:\apache so if you use the same directory your configuration
> effort will be less, unless of course you are upgrading. Be careful
> though, Apache 1.3.xx conf is different from Apache 2.0.xx, and very
> early versions of Apache2 had differences with the latest versions.  
> 
> To install Apache (2.0.xx), follow these simple steps. 
> (Apache 1.3.xx is similar but different)
> 
> 1. create a directory (c:\apache) or if you are upgrading, save your
> httpd.conf or it could be overwritten.
>  
> 2. unzip the binaries into this directory - make certain you created the
> sub-dirs.
> 
> 3. go to the conf directory and edit httpd.conf or replace the
> httpd.conf with the one you saved.
> 
> 4. go to the 'bin' directory in a console.
> 
> Type the following commands:
> 
> - if you are already installed, type 'apache -k uninstall'
> - then type 'apache -k install'
> - then type 'apache -k start'
> 
> Check the error logs if it fails to start, but some configuration errors
> will be displayed in your console. Apache also logs to the event log. 
> 
> If you detect flaws in the build please email me so that I can fix them
> as soon as possible. I don't use these binaries so I need you to tell me
> if there is something wrong with them. I build a branded version in my
> workplace and use Apache2 on Debian/GNU Linux at home.       
> 
> Configuration questions should be directed to the list after reading the
> documentation and searching the list archives - let everyone benefit
> from the answers you get. 
> 
> Chris Lewis
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
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