|thumbs||zbrown: what does that file contain, exactly?|
|Jesse408||skipper113 what does fail mean exactly?|
|zbrown||thumbs: hmmm two configs that i never realized directly affected the system setup|
ok we're getting somehwere...
|thumbs||zbrown: see, it loads the vhosts. All your directives in your main config are useless|
|zbrown||ya just realized that|
|SubOne||hmmm, almost working, trying to get mysql working in php|
|Jesse408||that's pretty agressive subone|
one minute you're not loading any modules now you're doing php
what happened while i was at the store getting soda?
|SubOne||yay, its working, now i have to get mod_rewrite working :p|
|thumbs||Jesse408: code-e acted like a kid, notably.|
|skipper113||Jesse408,thumbs: when I try apachectl configtest I get a "syntax ok". When I do httpd restart I fail. Looking in error_log, I get (13)Permission denied: make_sock: could not bind to address 0.0.0.0:1080|
|thumbs||SubOne: good work|
skipper113: you most like have multiple Listen 80 directives
|Jesse408||that probably means something else is binded to it|
|thumbs||since you have vhosts, and you also use the main config.|
|skipper113||Jesse408, thumbs: Or is it that I haven't configured the correct ip? "could not bind to address 0.0.0.0:1080"|
|thumbs||or 1080, for that matter|
|skipper113||I want multiple ports|
8080 and 1080
|Jesse408||if it says it can't bind then there's somethign else bound to it|
|thumbs||skipper113: port 1080 seems to be already in use. Use netstat to find out if it is if apache is stopped.|
skipper113: then make sure you have only one Listen 8080 and Listen 1080 directives.
|zbrown||thumbs: thanks a lot for the help|
|thumbs||do NOT specify Listen *:8080|
zbrown: no worries, anytime.
|skipper113||thumbs: I've done grep -r Listen /etc/httpd and have no multiple Listen lines|
|Jesse408||grep -v listen|
and check includes also
|thumbs||grep -ir Listen /etc/apache|