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From Jim Maul <jm...@elih.org>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] What do I do about execO?
Date Tue, 31 Aug 2004 17:59:44 GMT
Quoting Harold <harold2004@neguide.com>:

<SNIP>

> I experimented with changing Listen 80 to Listen 127.0.0.1:80, but to no
> avail.  I have experimented with changing port 80 to port 2007, but to
> no avail.  I see...
>
>> Because Apache CANNOT share the same port with another TCP/IP
>  > application, you may need to stop or uninstall certain services
>  > first. These include (but are not limited to) other web servers,
>  > and firewall products such as BlackIce. If you can only start
>  > Apache with these services disabled, reconfigure either Apache
>  > or the other product so that they do not listen on the same
>  > TCP/IP ports. You may find the Windows "netstat -an" command
>  > useful in finding out what ports are in use.
>
> I have tried nstat -an, and the window vanishes before anything can be
> read.  I can almost "see" about four columns of numbers.
>

Try running this command from within a "DOS" window and not from the run
command.  When running this from within a window, it should not close after it
is done unlike what happens when you run it directly from the start->run
prompt.

Jim

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