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try a different port and see if that helps, this way we can determine if it is the apache or the OS, try a really high port like 45678 or ...
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    try a different port and see if that helps, this way we can determine if it is the apache or the OS, try a really high port like 45678 or something

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    That worked... what does that mean then?

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    Apache is having a problem, how did you install it? There has to be some other application using the port, you don't have an apache1 or lighttpd install do you? Is apache configured to run as a specific user? I am just about at my wits end on this issue, sorry.

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    I installed apache when I installed Fedora... I don't have apache1, and I'm pretty sure I don't have lighttpd... Apache is configured to run as apache...

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