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From "George Hester" <hesterl...@hotmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: Changing Port Apache listens on?
Date Sat, 20 Mar 2004 20:55:17 GMT
The trouble is in the httpd.conf file I posted EVERYTHING looks like comments
I cannot tell where comments begin or end.
EVERYTHING looks like comments.
This may be an issue of being in UNIX format not sure.
All I know is that EVERYTHING looks like comments.

George Hester
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"hunter" wrote in message news:1079813359.364.38.camel@ptak...
> On Sat, 2004-03-20 at 11:26, George Hester wrote:
> > I am using Apache 1.3 downloaded and installed in Cygwin on Windows 2000 Server
SP3.
> > I use IIS for my website but want to investigae using Apache.
> > That means I have to change the port Apache listens on.
> > So I went here to find out how to change the port that Apache listens on:
> > 
> > http://www.dslwebserver.com/main/fr_index.html?/main/sbs-Apache-2035-change-port-number.html
> > 
> > I did a search in C:\cygwin on httpd and found these:
> > 
> > cyghttpd.dll in c:\cygwin\bin
> > httpd.conf in c:\cygwin\etc\apache
> > httpd.conf.default in c:\cygwin\etc\apache
> > httpd.h in c:\cygwin\usr\inlude\apache
> > httpd.exe in c:\cygwin\usr\sbin
> > httpd.8 in c:\cygwin\usr\share\man\man8
> > httpd.pid in c:\cygwin\var\run
> > httpd.html.en in c:\cygwin\var\www\htdocs\maual\programs
> > httpd.html.html in c:\cygwin\var\www\htdocs\maual\programs
> > httpd.html.ja.js in c:\cygwin\var\www\htdocs\maual\programs
> > 
> > Following the above article I assume I want to make the change in httpd.conf in
c:\cygwin\etc\apache.
> > So to that end I opened httpd.conf in Notepad and did a search on listen.
> > 
> > It seems there is no "listen" 80 in this file but Apache is Listening on port 80.
> > Everything in httpd.conf that has anything to do with "listen" look to
> > be just comments.  I can find no listen 80 anywhere.
> > 
> > So how do I change the port that Apache 1.3 is listening on.  I have included the
> > htypd.conf so you can see what I am talking about.  Thanks.
> > 
> > 
> > George Hester
> > __________________________________
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> George,
> 
> Sorry, I initially replied only to your hotmail account...
> 
> In the Apache_1.3.29-Mod_SSL_2.8.16-Openssl_0.9.c-Win32.zip (from my
> sight http://tor.ath.cx/~hunter/apache) I have just verified that there
> are two lines in httpd.conf that contain the Listen command, line 149
> and line 150 - both are commented out.
> 
> However Apache 1 also used the Port directive that is no longer used in
> Apache 2. So on line 269 you find the Port directive - change this. In
> Apache 2 the Port directive was dropped, Listen was used instead and the
> port number was also added to the end of the servername.
> 
> 
> 
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