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Re: Changing IP address on Fedora 4



Thanks for everyones help, effectively running on 8888 or 8880 or any
other port causes problems. Hmm, can I see what's happening on all
ports using the a command line tool?

On 9/6/06, Philip Mark Donaghy <philip donaghy gmail com> wrote:
Hi Joe,

Thanks for helping out,

On 9/6/06, joe illegal-access de <joe illegal-access de> wrote:
> Are you using the "Listen"-parameter in the httpd.conf?

Yes the Listen directive is set to 8888

Phil

>
> cu,
> Joe
>
>
>
>
> >I've read many posts on the internet about the problems related to
> >changing IP address. We changed the IP on a Fedora 4 system now we are
> >unable to start httpd. I've looked for references to the old IP
> >everywhere. And the error_log does not tell me anything. Is there a
> >way to get more information from httpd?
> >
> >Thank you,
>
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