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#1 DodgyDave

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Posted 29 June 2003 - 12:00 AM

OK, let\'s get the truth out there ... I\'m a relative Linux/Apache newbie so I figure the answer will be relatively simple.

I had previously installed Apache 1.3.x on my Redhat 7 box but wanted to run Apache2. I deleted the Apache 1.3.x files but not the config files.

I have successfully installed Apache2 - it runs fine when I manually start httpd using apachectl start.

However, during boot, Apache can\'t find the httpd file \"fopen no such file or directory ...\" and references the old httpd.conf file.

How can I change the reference during boot? I think this is more about the startup scripts - I\'m using runlevel 5.

I\'m learning as I go ...
In the Kingdom of the Blind, the One Eyed Man is King :)




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