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    Configuring the Apache web server


    Hi all
    I have to go through an ERP projects. "README" file to setup the software gives following instruction which I have attached with this thread.
    So, according to first step I copied the entire "dolibarr-2.6.1" folder in "/usr/local/apache2". But whenever I call the browser with address given in "README" file my browser gives the following error message :

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    Firefox can't establish a connection to the server at localhost.
    


    Please let me know how can I configure the Web Server so that I can use the software.
    "/usr/local/apache2/conf/httpd.conf" file is also attached with this thread
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    did you try what I wrote to you as an answer in your previous, near identical thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irithori View Post
    did you try what I wrote to you as an answer in your previous, near identical thread?
    Yes I had tried that but I am still getting the same problem.

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    ok,
    first thing:
    start this apache.
    you should be able to connect and get a "It works" page or at least something.
    I suspect, that either a) your apache isnt running, or b) running, but you try to connect from another machine. replace localhost with the serverīs IP or better DNS name


    Second, as I said in the former thread.
    Copy the directory dolibar-2.6.1 to the DOCUMENTROOT.
    Not to the SERVERROOT.

    Third, rename dolibarr-2.6.1 to just dolibar

    Fourth, take care of users and permissions in that directory according to the readme

    Fifth, you may need some additional php modules. The Installer will (hopefully) tell you which ones

    Sixth, you need a database

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    Thanks for helping me. My problem is solved.
    I was going according to "httpd.conf" of "/usr/local/apache2/conf" which I have attached here . But my actual "httpd.conf" was at "/etc/httpd/conf". So, according to this configuration file I copied the whole "dolibarr" folder in "/var/www/html" and it is working fine.

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