[K12OSN] apache problem?

Petre Scheie petre at maltzen.net
Thu Dec 15 18:59:15 UTC 2005

'ps -ef |grep httpd' will tell you if apache is really running.

'nmap localhost' will tell you if it's listening on port 80 (the default)

'iptables -L' or 'cat /etc/sysconfig/iptables' will tell you if your firewall is 
configured to allow traffic on port 80.



Steve Hampton wrote:
> Hi
> Quick question for those who are experts at web hosting.  I am using
> SquidGuard which I know utilizes apache.  And I know that Apache is
> running cause squidguard is working.  However when i try to view the
> default apache page by typing in http://localhost/index.html in my
> browser window I get the following error.
> The connection was refused when attempting to contact localhost.
>  Any suggestions as to why I might not be able to view the default
> page.  I want to host a site on my k12ltsp by dropping it in my
> /var/www/htm/ directory but right now appearently apache isn't serving
> up pages for me.
> Thanks
> Steven Hampton
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