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17 years ago
binaryspiral
Cyber, I wanted to make it a point that there may be an issue with the software and that blaming the end user for its failure isn't supportive. I did sincerely thank you for the help, you found the root cause of the issue where the httpd.conf file had the mod_alias line commented out, this got the software back up and running. However I did not do this - so I would guess it was the software or s
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17 years ago
binaryspiral
That's funny... I don't remember mentioning anything about editing any file when I originally posted my issue. " I've nuked the install, and scrubbed all traces of the installation from my laptop. Then reinstalled and left it all alone. No software, no changes, nothing... It starts fine on restarts - apache is answering and I can view the wamp page hosted on localhost port 80. After a few
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17 years ago
binaryspiral
Back on topic... I found that mod_alias was commented out in the httpd.conf file... I removed the comment and Apache happily started again. (wtf?!) Two questions then: 1. Why did it work when I originally installed it? 2. What commented that line out and broke it? P.S. Happy Thanksgiving to any Americans reading this board. Have a safe and happy holiday. Post Edited (11-24-06
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17 years ago
binaryspiral
Ah, that helps... Here is the errors: Syntax error on line 479 of D:/wamp/Apache2/conf/httpd.conf: Invalid command 'Alias', perhaps mis-spelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration --- So when I dig into the httpd.conf file, I see this: --- Alias /manual/ "D:/wamp/Apache2/htdocs/manual/" --- So... why is apache bitching about this line all of the sudden
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17 years ago
binaryspiral
I have the same problem - it's reoccurring on my installation. I've nuked the install, and scrubbed all traces of the installation from my laptop. Then reinstalled and left it all alone. No software, no changes, nothing... It starts fine on restarts - apache is answering and I can view the wamp page hosted on localhost port 80. After a few days - apache just refuses to start. NT Event Log en
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