#apache - Mon 26 Mar 2007 between 10:31 and 12:26

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DrBacchusContact info might be the IT department at a company, while the payment is on a corporate credit card from somewhere else.
freepenguinhello
DrBacchusThere's never a reason for payment address info to be the same as the technical contact address.
eilkerDrBacchus> got it, thanx, that was what i wanna learn
freepenguinexcuse me, i've done some php files, and i've installed (never used before) apache2, and...what must i do for use that files (install.php, index.php ecc..) with apache? must i copy them in /var/www ? i don't know..thanx
fajitastruck by the Good Times virus
DrBacchusfreepenguin: Content needs to be in your document directory in order to be visible to web users.
freepenguinDrBacchus, are you talking about httpdconf ?
i need to use apache only to see on local my script
DrBacchusfreepenguin: I don't know what you mean by 'httpdconf'.
freepenguin: What I am talking about is in response to your question.
freepenguin: Wherever your document directory is, that's where the php files need to go.
freepenguinoh ok thanx
redirIs this OK syntax? RedirectMatch permanent /$1 http://othersite.com/$1
DrBacchusredir: No, it's not.
redirAm I in the right module?
DrBacchusHowever, if you drop the $1 from both, and make the RedirectMatch into a Redirect, it will do what you probably mean.
rediranything under / to othersite?
DrBacchusYes.
redirthanks
fajitaNo worries
EisNerdmoin
fajitamoin
EisNerdit is possible to redirect the default vhost to the default sslvhost?
so that i don't need to hardcode the target url in config
DrBacchusfajita: http2https
fajitahttp2https is http://rewrite.drbacchus.com/rewritewiki/SSL
DrBacchusThere's a rewriterule for it, if you don't want ot hardcode the target URL.
RavenlostHello. I'm new to Apache so ain't to familiar to troubleshooting it... I've installed and configured Apache on a dev server, without any problems. I went ahead and did the exact same install on my prod server, but for some reasons, httpd takes a complete CPU (almost 100% of 1 CPU) and seems to be stuck there! I just have the defaults settings in httpd.conf and just did an apachectl -t. That's it. Any guides would be appreciated. T
yangostep one
fajitawhatever the problem, step one is to look in the error log (and any other logs that may apply, such as suexec, mod_rewrite, or mod_security).
yangoalthough -t option isn't supposed to start apache, afaict
Ravenlostok..
fajitaok.. is there something I can do to make it throw an error? it doesn't look like that's the configuration file that apache2ctl is using
grmblforget ok..
fajitagrmbl, I didn't have anything matching ok
grmblwhy oh why
RavenlostErrorLog logs/error_log => file doesn't exists.
yangoRavenlost: then you have never started it, probably... what happens when you try apachectl start?
CuriosCatHi.

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