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Re: httpd.conf problems



>> Check also for this:
>>
>> apache logs: /var/log/httpd/
>> error_log = Logs all errors
>> access_log = Logs access to the server
>>
>> /var/log/audit/audit.log = check for entries with httpd
>>
>> and also, try with netstat -ta, perhaps port 443 is already in use?
>>
>> HTH
>> Roger
>>
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>
> Thanks for those tips.  Got it to work afterwards and posted with the
> same subject line, plus SOLVED at the end hence.  The issue was
> actually with SELinux.  I wasn't using a standard port (put 443 there,
> but bad example since it is a standard httpd port) hence was in
> violation of SELinux policy.  Found a site that walked me through
> changing SELinux using semanage to add the non-standard port I was
> using and it now works.  Still can't get the .htaccess & .htpasswd
> access control to work however.
>
> Jacques B
>

Did you insert AllowOverride-Directives in httpd.conf in the area where
your want protection by password? What user has your .htpasswd?

Roger


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