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From "Jonathan Mangin" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] 2.0.48 configuration errors -- Was: /bin/sh: -f: not found
Date Fri, 27 Feb 2004 20:29:37 GMT
I'm also sorry, I'm afraid I can't help you much. I use Windows
for MusicMatch and looking out of.
Repost your question to with a concise
subject line and many knowledgeable people will be happy to help.
The URL at the bottom of this post will guide you toward the
list archives. There have been several questions (and answers)
lately about installing Apache as a service.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "dan osullivan" <>
To: <>
Sent: Friday, February 27, 2004 2:38 PM
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] 2.0.48 configuration errors -- Was: /bin/sh: -f:
not found

> Sorry, I'm not Joe. I just signed up for this mailing list today. But if
> feel like helping someone, I haven't been able to figure out how to post a
> question. There seem to be no links to these forums on the appache
> If you could tell me where to post I would very thankful.
> This is my problem:
> I've been trying to install Apache Server 2.0.48 on my computer, which is
> running win2000 professional. Immediately upon completing the installation
> get a command window with the following message:
> [error] <OS2> The System cannot find the specified: No installed service
> named "Apache2"
> The same thing happens whenever I try to start or stop Apache through the
> Start>Programs ... menu.
> Looking in the Services window I see there is in fact no Apache2.
> During the installation process I use all the defaults and for the Network
> name and Server name I use and respectively
> (which is what my ISP told me to use).
> I have IIS installed on my computer, but I'm under the impression that
> shouldn't cause any conflict with Apache. Am I wrong?

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