[K12OSN] Apache Problem

Brian Benson bbenson at pps.k12.or.us
Sat Apr 10 06:09:36 UTC 2004


Let me try to help.  I'm not an expert but it looks like apache is already
running if you can't start it but you can access it(or a different instance
of apache like another version or something).  If apache was installed with
an RPM then run `/etc/init.d/apache [start|stop|restart|etc...]`. By the
way, what command are you using to attempt to start your server? The second
problem seems to be a problem with the "ServerName" directive in httpd.conf
which controls mod_dir(Provides for "trailing slash" redirects and serving
directory index files). Change it to "ServerName"  I hope that


Provides for "trailing slash" redirects and serving directory index files


> I am trying to run my apache 2.0 on LTSP 3.0.1 and I
> keep getting this error:
> Starting httpd: (98)Address already in use: make_sock:
> could not bind to address no listening
> sockets available, shutting down.
> I can acces this web site by typing in
>, but I cannot access it by just
> typing in
> I am also trying to install PhP, MSCQL, and WebDAV.  I
> am having real problems doing this.  Anyone have any
> suggestions?
> Thank you for all your help.
> Jennifer
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