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I'm sure this has been discussed 10000000 times already but i am new to the forums here so i dont really know where to start other than a good old ...
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- 05-22-2006 #1
Apache 2.2 Upgrade Problems
I'm sure this has been discussed 10000000 times already but i am new to the forums here so i dont really know where to start other than a good old post.
I am trying to develop a server so i am running fedora core 5 on a machine well i got it installed and my Httpd stoped running further investigation showed me that the update affected it and the httpd.conf file no longer is correct. with some investigation on the internet i found the appropriate fixes and was moving along fine again. well i shut the machine down for the night and came back the next morning to find that the httpd.conf file had reverted back to the previous version.
So does any one have a perminant fix for this problem.
Or do i need to try a different fedora such as core 4 for a server.
I'm going to use this server to run Moodle 1.5.3 www.moodle.org
- 05-23-2006 #2
Maybe a bit more information would help. I did figure out that when this update was placed that the loadmodules were changed / renamed / moved around. http://golem.ph.utexas.edu/~distler/blog/archives/000698.html i found all the changes i needed to make at that website. I was logged in as the root when i made the changes and i made sure to save the file once i was done. And this worked tell i restarted the machine. after the restart the httpd.conf file went back to it's original settings. So this may not be a "server" problem but more of a beginner user problem. I also do not understand what a lot of that other stuff means in that website if any one could help me out that would be awesome.