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From Lodrö Sangpo Joergen Larsen <nim...@tdcspace.dk>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] upgrade startup-errors third try
Date Mon, 08 Dec 2003 12:15:17 GMT
Thanks to "Hunter"
thank you ever so much for troubling to answer.
Really appreciate it.

OmManiPemeHung
Many Greetings Viele Gruesse Mange Hilsener
Lodrö Sangpo Joergen Larsen
www.nimmersoft.com www.nimmersoft.dk
Karmapa Chenno
OmManiPemeHung

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "hunter" <theantigod@sympatico.ca>
To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
Sent: Sunday, December 07, 2003 11:48 PM
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] upgrade startup-errors third try


> On Sun, 2003-12-07 at 13:02, Lodrö Sangpo Joergen Larsen wrote:
> > This is the third time I post this request for help!!! AND STILL NO
> > REPLIES!!!! 
> >  
> > Help why upgrade??
> > I recently downloaded and installed the newest version Apache 1.3.29.
> > I am using windows98.
> > After start-up, a bunch of messages can be seen in the console window.
> > The error messages on launch:
> > "[warn] (2)No such file or directory: exec() may not be safe"
> > It appears eleven times(at least) and at the end it says that the
> > server is running.
> >  
> > They were not there with my version 1.3.27. And if I use that
> > version's files(you know the 4 important ones) on top of the new
> > install there is no problem.
> > Only with the new 1.3.29 files.
> >  
> > The server IS running. Everything works. But why the messages?
> > And how to get rid of them. ? Since I din't like error messages I have
> > gone back to the old version until I get some reply - if ever - sigh.
> >  
> >  
> > OmManiPemeHung
> > Many Greetings Viele Gruesse Mange Hilsener
> > Lodrö Sangpo Joergen Larsen
> > www.nimmersoft.com www.nimmersoft.dk
> > Karmapa Chenno
> > OmManiPemeHung
> 
> I have done some thinking since my last post.  There may be an
> explanation in the Apache 1.3.29 release notes below.
> 
> This comes back to unsupported function but it may simply be something
> that was added that is not fully supported in Windows 98 - refer to to
> the last paragraph below.
> 
> IMHO: I think you can safely ignore the warning.
> 
> And, I am no longer convinced that a file is actually missing - I think
> this is a artifict of the missing functionality.
> 
> -Chris
> 
> Apache 1.3.29 Major changes
> Security vulnerabilities
> The main security vulnerabilities addressed in 1.3.29 are:
> 
> CAN-2003-0542 (cve.mitre.org): Fix buffer overflows in mod_alias and
> mod_rewrite which occurred if one configured a regular expression with
> more than 9 captures.
> 
> New features
> New features that relate to specific platforms:
> 
> Enabled RFC1413 ident functionality for both Win32 and NetWare
> platforms. This also included an alternate thread safe implementation of
> the socket timout functionality when querying the identd daemon.
> 
> Bugs fixed
> The following bugs were found in Apache 1.3.28 (or earlier) and have
> been fixed in Apache 1.3.29:
> 
> Within ap_bclose(), ap_pclosesocket() is now called consistently for
> sockets and ap_pclosef() for files. Also, closesocket() is used
> consistenly to close socket fd's. The previous confusion between socket
> and file fd's would cause problems with some applications now that we
> proactively close fd's to prevent leakage. PR 22805.
> Fixed mod_usertrack to not get false positive matches on the
> user-tracking cookie's name. PR 16661.
> Prevent creation of subprocess Zombies when using CGI wrappers such as
> suEXEC and cgiwrap. PR 21737.
> 
> 
> 
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