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You need to clarify your question. What exactly do you want to do, and what is preventing you from doing it? It isn't possible to make multiple users the owners of a file. There can be only one owner. Groups were made exactly for that purpose. chown -R apache:permissions /var/www/ changes the owner of the directory /var/www/ (and its subdirectories) to ...


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You should have a look at setting the umask on the directory: http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/understanding-linux-unix-umask-value-usage.html That will ensure new files in the directory are created with the specified permissions/ownerships. Your screenshot shows the root uid (0) for the new file - how are you creating that specific file?


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Yes, It looks as if SELinux is the culprit: The -Z switch will work with most utilities to show SELinux security contexts (e.g, 'ls -Z', 'ps axZ' etc). $ ll -Z /var/www/html/hello -rw-r--r--. root root unconfined_u:object_r:httpd_sys_content_t:s0 /var/www/html/hello $ ll -Z /tmp/hello -rw-r--r--. root root unconfined_u:object_r:user_tmp_t:s0 ...


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You can install Apache, PHP, and MySQL manually. Here is a detailed instruction on another superuser thread. Place your files in drive D instead of placing it in drive C. Should you reformat your drive C, you only need to reinstall the Visual C++ runtimes (needed by PHP and Apache binaries) and the Apache and MySQL windows services. Your files and ...


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Are you setting FollowSymlinks in an .htaccess file? or in a <Directory> block? Apache documentation suggests that FollowSymlinks will only work in these contexts - could you post the relevant config? (posting as an answer due to insufficient points to comment)


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I was encountering this problem as well and fixed it by loading the mcrypt extension in my php.ini. To do this, I did the following: Edit /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini Add the line extension=mcrypt.so Save Restart apache (sudo service apache2 restart)


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What version of the code are you using? If you view the source if the empty page is it also blank? First, make sure your user table is empty or doesn't already have an entry for the email address you're using. Sometimes if a problem occurs the record is created but not cleaned up. That's something we should open an issue for. Second, make sure the database ...


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Edit to add: Sorry, slhck types faster than me :D 'apache2ctl' is actually just a front-end for the 'httpd' executable and runs in two modes depending on if you're wanting it to be SysV init scriptable or if you're wanting to pass-through options to the httpd executable. The -k actually gets passed through to httpd. ...


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Yeah, it's a little buried in the description: When acting in pass-through mode, apachectl can take all the arguments available for the httpd binary. apachectl [ httpd-argument ] So let's look at http's documentation then: -k start|restart|graceful|stop|graceful-stop Signals httpd to start, restart, or stop. So if you use -k <option>, ...


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It seems that older versions of Apache don't support multiple '-c' options - such as httpd on Mac OS Lion. But it's fine on Ubuntu 12.04: apache2 \ -f /dev/null \ -C "DocumentRoot $PWD" \ -C 'Listen 7000' \ -C 'PidFile /tmp/pidfile' \ -C 'ErrorLog /dev/stdout' \ -D FOREGROUND Credits: https://gist.github.com/thwarted/7672130


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If installed Oracle HTML Server 10.2.0.1.0, you need disable the service OracleOraDb10g_homeASControl and restart Administrative Tools>Services>OracleOraDb10g_homeASControl0>Startup type:Disable and Service status: Stopped


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Got it working, no idea what exactly fixed it. Install php-mcrypt (I found that somewhere on google) Clear all cookies Set correct timezone and enable NTP (also from some forums) Edit /etc/php/php.ini and enable mcrypt.so, and default timezone Sacrifice one black goat Now it works again :)


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All MySQL Server installs are configured with one userid called 'root' and the password is empty i.e. leave it blank. So login with Username = root Password = (leave this blank) EDIT : When you created the user account you are using did you create the account in one domain or more than one domain. In other words have you created userid@localhost but ...


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How to Configure WAMPServer to use HTTPS SSL *This is not a trivial process. This tutorial will, hopefully, get SSL working for you. However getting it configured correctly once it is working is TOTALLY DOWN TO YOU. Additional reading for all who travel this road Ok, I have based this tutorial on the creation of a site called www.wamphelpers.dev So ...


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You have register your custom sub-domain name with dns registrar to make it it working. I mean you need a valid DNS record for your subdomain too. You can accomplish this by either setting up an individual DNS entry for each new subdomain, But every namebasedvirtualhost has to have a valid DNS entry. Moreover custom domain name must be allowed on server.For ...


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In order to have images.login.acorn.lt to work you have to assign the same IP as login.acorn.lt (they have both to point to your address). At the moment images.login.acorn.lt is not registered. $ host login.acorn.lt login.acorn.lt has address 79.98.30.58 $ host images.login.acorn.lt Host images.login.acorn.lt not found: 3(NXDOMAIN)


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I figured out what was wrong. I managed to find more logs deep in Plesk, I have no idea where they are on the filesystem but they pointed me to processes timing out. Plesk uses Nginx with fastcgi which was timing out and throwing the error through Apache. I increased the timeouts for fastcgi and Nginx which stopped the error showing. Thanks everyone for ...


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Did you try the correct port number? http://localhost:80 or http://localhost:443 or http://localhost:8080 it could be any other port number depending on the configuration, see your main XAMPP window. check your \xampp\apache\conf\httpd.conf if you would like to change it. if that doesn't get the problem fixed, try this Open the httpd-xampp.conf file ...


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You made the swap to LibreOffice and if you're not missing any functionality, what is your question about? If you truly want to make a full comparison, nothing prevents you from installing both (although you probably need to install from tarballs). However, when OpenOffice came under Oracle's management, most of the developers didn't agree with their ...


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This review suggests Apache OpenOffice 4 loads and performs faster than LibreOffice 4.1. Now here's a feature you can't just copy over... :-)


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Your are basically asking the wrong question. Right question is not how to get error message from the Apache, but how to get error message from the CodeIgniter / PHP. I don't know the CodeIgniter, but similar frameworks works this way: it detects, if it's running on the localhost (development) machine or on the server (production machine). If it's running ...


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Do which apache, for plesk apache is in my guess would be in /usr/local/psa/


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This will permentaly disable httpd. sudo launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemon/org.apache.httpd.plist


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Restart Apache Server and check /sbin/service httpd restart



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