My apache config is the default of listening on port 80, and have only the
one virtual host which is for slash.
On 3/28/01 3:46 PM, "Eric Dannewitz" <ericdano@...> wrote:
> Do you have multiple virtual hosts? I found that the default slash install
> put something like <Virtualhost http://www.mysite.com:80> and if you have another
> vitual host in the config somewhere, it will result in all kinds of strange
> errors. If you change it to <Virtualhost *> everything works ok
> Nicholas Ritter wrote:
>> I am still having problems, as described below regarding the 2.0.0pre1 RPM,
>> RH 7, on a pentium III 800. I am at a loss on this one...
>> I have installed everything, and can get apache to run with out error, and
>> get the slash index page to show up, but here are the problems I am having:
>> 1) When the slash virtual server is in apache's config, running on port 83,
>> the slash index page loads, but port 80 does not respond.
>> 2) With slash running on port 80, it works but with the characteristics
>> (which as shared in every respect) listed below:
>> A. graphics are broken
>> B. backslash admin link to pl script doesn't work
>> C. nothing else can be viewed on the web site.
>> When I take the include to the slash.conf out, everything works fine. Any
>> ideas as to what could be happenning? Should I post my config files? BTW - I
>> can able to run the test.pl that came with the mod_perl package without
>> problems, and everything looks right.
>> And as I had posted before, and Jonathan pointed out, my perl paths appear
>> to be screwy from some reason.
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