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    Upgraded UNIX system from v17 to v18 Apache module fails.

    So uhm,
    After backing up all my files from Fedora version 17 (with all i mean Apache, Mysql, databases, etc etc...)
    Backup was done i formated and delted windows aswel becasue i wanted a clean win 8 on it.
    All done.
    Dual boot is working and both systems works fine.
    I installed L-AMP and i moved my old files to the same places on my new system.
    The problem now is i get a error messenge when i want to start apache server
    i do;

    service httpd start (restart gives the same result)
    and then it says something with Module.
    it cant find it, while everthing is okay there
    The linked folder is correct.
    Those files what he cant find are all there.
    But it gives meh the error messenge still...

    Somebody got a idea?
    I thank you already!

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    Super Moderator Roxoff's Avatar
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    Aug 2005
    Nottingham, England
    You have a fresh install of Fedora 18, but your Apache install is missing a (or, possibly, several) component. The best way to find out what is going on and which apache module you need is to look in the http logs; for a Fedora system they should be in /var/log/httpd, unless you've moved them in your http configuration in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf.

    See what the last entries in the logs are just after you try to start the service. If you cant work out which packages you need, then post the messages up here and we'll try and point you in the right direction.
    Linux user #126863 - see

  3. #3
    hello, and thanks for replying
    Right a the momment i got some hardware issues on my server,
    I will reply asap when the problem is fixed

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