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From "Dan Evans" <...@barcelona.com>
Subject Re: general/6700: no response on port 80
Date Wed, 18 Oct 2000 05:55:40 GMT

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Subject: Re: general/6700: no response on port 80


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> Synopsis: no response on port 80
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I agree it's confiuration. However, the same settings are in the httpd.conf
file for 1.3.14 as they are in 1.3.12 (with regards to address and port) ie
"listen 212.95.219.48", "port 80". I know that the confiuration is correct -
why else would 1.3.12 work correctly?

Dan


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