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v2.3 Doesn't work with Apache 2.2.3?

  • Keen

    Thanks Wanchun for building such an amazing tool. Unfortunately, I couldn't make it work with Apache 2.2.3.
    I'm quite sure that I've installed the latest stable version of Apache properly. And I have extracted to "D:\Software\WikiFilter" and add the following line to httpd.conf:
    LoadModule WikiFilter_module "D:/Software/WikiFilter/"
    But when I test the configuration file, Apache tells me that:
    httpd.exe: Syntax error on line 115 of C:/Program Files/Apache Software Foundati
    on/Apache2.2/conf/httpd.conf: Cannot load D:/Software/WikiFilter/ i
    nto server: The specified module could not be found.
    Could you tell me how to fix this? Thanks!

    • Arthaey

      I'm having the same problem. My installation of Apache 2.2.3 works with the PHP 5 module I'd previously added. I copy-pasted the 'LoadModule php5_module ...' line in httpd.conf as a model for the new 'LoadModule WikiFilter "C:/Program Files/WikiFilter 2.3/"' line. But when I restart Apache (via the Apache Monitor), I get the following error:

      "The requested operation has failed."

    • adam1213

      LoadModule WikiFilter_module "D:/Software/WikiFilter/" is probably wrong

      Try LoadModule WikiFilter_module D:/Software/WikiFilter/

    • Hi I'm having the same trouble using XAMPPLITE with Apache 2.2.4 and WikiFilter 2.3.  I found that putting the path & file name in quotes or outside quotes doesn't matter.  I've also tried using the ServerRoot.  I've copied the conf file lines that I've used below:

      #LoadModule WikiFilter_module modules/
      #LoadModule WikiFilter_module C:/xampplite/apache/modules/
      LoadModule WikiFilter_module "C:/xampplite/apache/modules/"

      I get a syntax error and a message that the module cannot be found.

      The file is there in the correct directory, but it's as if Apache refuses to recognize it.

      BTW, Apache runs fine without any reference to the file in it's httpd.conf file.