i have installed apache and php in my fedora 11 system and httpd works fine except that it doesnt have internet connection for example rapileech doesnt work it says "cannot connect via port 80" and if i put an rss feed collector in a website it doesnt work but everything else works fine , also when i put the same file in a shared web host it works fine
I am fairly new to Fedora or rather use it only for some school exercises I get. I have to setup a Samba server with some basic settings and it doesn't want to work. I first tried it on the Fedora VM I got from school (version 11). It somehow worked, but extremely bad ... the Windows client had to wait for over a minute to get either access or an errormessage, that the server was not found (but when entered the ip in the adressfield on top it worked (with a minute or more to wait)). I tried updating the VM - no improvement. So I decided to download Fedora 12, installed it and the Windows client gains instant access on first glance. But when I try to get access to a specific share, it only tells me, that I am not allowed to access it Oo.
Here is my config:
I even turned off iptables and Windows firewall.
The funny thing is: I tried exactly the same config on my homeserver (copy and paste), which runs Arch, and it works with no problem. But on Fedora I cant access it from nowhere. Not from WinXP, Win7 or any Linux. Simply won't work.
I found some code and tuts that tell me how to create a playlist, and I followed it to the letter but it doesnt work...I'm guessing it has somethin to do with my configuration settings with apache, otherwise here's the code:
I want to connect my OpenSuse 11.3 Distribution with the Internet via WLAN. But i can't open the KNetworkManager. It doesnt respond to my clicks. If I click on the KNetworkManager "Button" it doesen't react.
I have coriander-2.0.0-1.fc14.i686 installed and it does n t work anymore as it used to with my IIDC compliant ieee1394 camera.
I understood that raw1394 and video1394 modules are now deprecated. So firewire_ohci and firewire_core are loaded when I plug in the camera. There is no more /dev/raw1394 and /dev/video-0 streams, but now there are /dev/fw0 and /dev/fw1.
When I run Coriander, I receive: Erreur de segmentation (core dumped)
If I create the following link: ln -s /dev/fw1 /dev/raw1394
trying to use ipmitool during startup to detect certain hardware and run some configuration. This worked fine for me on RHEL 5.4 but only after smartd had started. For some reason I cant get it to work any time before I get a login prompt on RHEL 4.5
generally whenever there is a wifi connection available fedora will detect and i can establish the connection but today i am not able to see any such wireless network available. I am in a wifi accessible area and i need to know how this can be rectified. i tried iwlist scan in the terminal but that doesnt seem to work
I wanted to create my own folder called /Softwares so that whenever i download a rpm i could place it there , run createrepo and then use yum install software_name.What am i doing wrong am i doing something wrong in the .repo file? The only way i could actually install sskype.rpm is to go in the directory where it was installed and type yum install sskype.But then whats the point of the repository.
httpd have been install by default and I don't start it as services. I have install apache2 but don't want to start as service, I can't add it into the chkconfig. When I try to remove httpd, fedora also want to remove these software.
gnome-user-share i586 2.26.0-2.fc11 installed 809 k httpd-manual i586 2.2.11-8 installed 3.5 M mod_perl i586 2.0.4-8 installed 6.3 M
php and webalizer I don't care as I want to install the new version, but is their any problem removing the other one? Also I want to pount the apache2 documentroot to var/www/httpd but when I do this and try to see the website I got a 403 error (not autorize)
I just did a clean install of FC12 x86_64 and want to configure tomcat to run behind apache httpd. What is the easiest way to accomplish this? I'm a newbie at server configuration so detailed instructions would be nice
I've just setup Fedora 10 x64 on a Supermicro 7045 with dual nic; I setup a web site and ran into a strange problem; I can't see my website from outside my LAN; checking IP on Internet it sees my IP as coming for my dynamic IP (IP of router/switch) and not my static IP.
eth0: Static IP eth1: Dynamic IP
These are standard Intel 82563EB Dual-Port Gigabit Ethernet Controller.
Is there a way to specify the order in which it sees the nic ports?
I'm wonder if I can mix Static and Dynamic IP's; on the outside they resolve to a static IP; the dynamic one shows up as my router/switch IP; but it allows me to access my DHCP computers; this isn't a web server; but a development machine for writing PHP apps.
Where 126.96.36.199 is my static IP address.
I should mention that nmap -v -p 80 188.8.131.52 shows an open port on 80
I have just installed Fedora 11 on a "fresh machine" and everything works ok, except for Apache httpd the message seen in the error_log is the following: Name or service not known: mod_unique_id: unable to find IPv4 address of "myserver"
I just installed FC12 x86_64. After a clean install I found that httpd, mysql, svn, svnadmin, etc are already installed. I still need to install and configure tomcat running as a worker behind httpd and configure everything. But my question is about security. What do I need to do to ensure that when I start httpd and mysql that they are secure? Are there default settings that I need to change? Are there security patches I need to apply?
System Config: Fedora Core 12 x86_64 AMD Athlon II X2 250 3.0 GHz dual core GIGABYTE GA-MA785GM-US2H G.SKILL 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1066 (PC2 8500) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory Model F2-8500CL5D-4GBPK
I have Apache Server working online under Fedora Core 6. But before I installed and configured everything, I've been testing in Fedora 12. The problem surges here, when I start the httpd service, every supuse 404 action on a web browser, takes me to localhost. I mean, if I enter google.com, no error, just goes to localhost, http://asdasd, no error, gives back localhost. I used to ignore the problem 'cause I thought it was a problem on my apache, but when I installed the Server on the Fedora Core 6 machine, I found that I have the same problem there. Of course, it only occurs when I am browsing through the same machine that has httpd started. Does anyone know how to change that??
I'm completely stumped by a problem with httpd in Fedora 13. It fails to start on boot: I can see: Starting htpd: FAILED, in /var/log/boot.log, but I can't find anything else in messages, audit.log or anywhere else that gives me any clue why. The weird thing is that running: run_init service httpd start after boot _works_ and the server runs fine, but even when it's running OK, service httpd status reports httpd dead but subsys locked
I'm guessing that the problem somehow relates to selinux, but I can't find anything in the audit logs that gives me a clue. How to turn on more logging so that I can get closer to the problem. I finally discovered the cause. This system was originally configured to use network services directly, without NetworkManager. It had been upgraded a number of times since installation. It seems that over time, if you have turned off NetworkManager, the defaults have changed. Used to be that the network services was 'enabled' by default (hence started at run time). Now, the default is 'disabled'. Httpd couldn't start because there was no network to start on. Enabling network services at boot time fixed this. I guess I should have noticed this. But one might think that httpd failing to start because of the lack of a network might at least give a warning message in the logs about the reason.
Alright, so I upgraded my old fedora 10 server to Fedora 11 with a netinstall CD, but now service httpd restart is broken. I already had to delete the old config file and reinstall apache, but now I can't restart it. I can kill it and then start it manually, but it never stops the running instance and fails to bind the port. I know it's because /var/run/httpd/htpd.pid is in the wrong place, which would be /var/run/httpd.pid, but do I have to make a symlink every time I want to restart it? I edited all the config files to point to the right place, but the system does not honor them. What do I do?
On F13 i386 inside Virtualbox. Host is a Win7 x64 box.
This may just be more idle curiosity than anything else since the server still works. . . but it's really bothering me because I can't explain it.
My (limited) understanding is that the devel files are just the source files and shouldn't actually affect peformance.
Yet, prior to installing httpd-devel (and its dependencies), /etc/init.d/httpd restart takes about 2 seconds total. After installing httpd-devel, the "stopping" phase of the httpd restart take 5-7 seconds (which seems really long when you're just sitting there waiting on it.
yum install httpd-devel also installs the following for dependencies: db4-cxx db4-devel cyrus-sasl-devel apr-devel apr-util-devel openldap-devel expat-devel
All but one of those are devel files as well. And here's the real kicker: Uninstalling them through YUM doesn't put things back to normal (even after reboot).
I'm no linux expert. But I wouldn't think installing devel files would have this effect or any effect like this since they're just source code files (?). Can anyone explain what's happening or give me tips on how I can watch the apache process stop and see what's hanging it up?
I have one problem regarding my web server. When I am try to restart my httpd service it shows...
[root@localhost ~]# service httpd restart Stopping httpd: [FAILED] Starting httpd: (98)Address already in use: make_sock: could not bind to address 0.0.0.0:80 no listening sockets available, shutting down Unable to open logs [FAILED] [root@localhost ~]#