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From Peter Posselt Vestergaard <...@MILESTONE.DK>
Subject [users@httpd] apache http-server hangs on .smil,.rm,.swf request
Date Tue, 10 Feb 2004 14:13:40 GMT
Hi list
I am experiencing a weird problem that I have been unable to find any
information about, so now I turn to you.
I have a freshly installed Apache HTTP-server v2.0.48 (win32-binary
downloaded from running on a Windows
XP (single-processor). I have made no other configuration than what is done
during the install (Typical).
I have copied three files to the htdocs directory: one .smil, one .rm and
one .swf file. The .smil file references the two other file - I have put the
content of it in the bottom of this message.
On the client machines I am using RealOne Player v2.0 to access the .smil
file and it works fine. Untill I tried it on a machine with no sound card.
This made the Real Player pop up a dialog telling me a general error had
occured. This error was due to the missing sound card and sound in the .rm
file, but that is probably irrelevant.
The problem is that while the RealOne dialog is showing I cannot access any
pages on the Apache server from any machine! Not even the main test page
(telling that apache is installed), but as soon as I press OK in the dialog
the pages are served.
I have tried installing Apache on two different WinXP machines - the one
with almost nothing else installed - with the same result.
Anyone have a clue of what I do/ what is wrong? It is pretty scary to me
that one client can hang up the server like this...
Thanks in advance!
Best regards
Peter Vestergaard

<smil xmlns=""
        <meta name="title"       content="Testing" />   
            <root-layout backgroundColor="#E8EDF1" width="781" height="450"
rn:resizeBehavior="percentOnly"  />
            <region id="video" width="539" height="409" left="123" top="2"
fit="fill" z-index='31' />
            <region id="logo" width="90" height="78" left="10" top="1"
z-index='70' />
	  	<animation src="mylogo.swf" region="logo" regPoint="center"
regAlign="center" begin="00:00.0" fill="freeze" />
		<video src="intro.rm" region="video" regPoint="middle"

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