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上午 09:14:05 [Apache] Port 443 in use by "Unable to open process" with PID 3676! The above line told the main issue. Port 443 is used by another application. Check if there are any other web server (most likely) running and configured to use SSL.


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Try this which apachectl on my mavericks I get /usr/sbin/apachectl then sudo /usr/sbin/apachectl stop


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Well, i know it's too late but someone can need it. I use cygwin with consoleZ. First, open .bash_aliases file and add these lines alias apacheup='cygstart --hide /g/xampp/apache_start.bat' alias apachedown='cygstart --hide /g/xampp/apache_stop.bat' alias mysqlup='cygstart --hide /g/xampp/mysql_start.bat' alias mysqldown='cygstart --hide ...


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Finally I use: <FilesMatch \.php$> SetHandler application/x-httpd-php </FilesMatch> PHPIniDir "/path/to/php/lib" And I build libphp5.so by my own.


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I do not believe it is possible to run suPHP on a Windows-based Apache installation. That said, you can restrict access by creating a service user account for Apache and granting it Run-As-A-Service permissions as well as read access to all content that you would like to serve. If there are parent directories that need to be secured between the content and ...


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From the link you posted, the recommended way is to define the vhosts in classes and include those (in the node manifest or through an ENC), or manually define each vhost for each node (in the node manifest)>


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The authoritative DNS servers for your domain name are not reachable over IPv6. You should talk to your domainname-provider and ask them to make the DNS servers available over IPv6.


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Try putting the SSLEngine inside a <VirtualHost _default_:443> </VirtualHost> block


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You need to use mod_proxy and mod_ssl apache modules in order to be able to proxy SSL requests. First you must have these modules enabled. Then you need to add the SSLProxyEngine, ProxyPass, ProxyPassReverse,SSLCAProxyCertificateFile,SSLCAProxyCertificatePath directives in your virtual host entry. <VirtualHost 1.2.3.4:80> ServerName ...


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You did not define example.dev anywhere, so how would your computer know it needs to map to your machine? I assume it is defined somewhere in your network though, and then maps to 127.0.0.1. (Likewise, domains such as lvh.me and lvho.st, aka Local Virtual Host, are registered by some people who made them and al their subdomains point to 127.0.0.1.) Note ...


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Im guessing these are mp4 files. The files must have the moov box at the start of the file (I won't go into more detail here because it has been covered a lot over at stack overflow. Just search for it) . This can be done with a tool like qt-faststart from ffmpeg.


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Going by this online traceroute there might be an issue with level3.net, as that's where it timed out/finally worked when I ran a trace.


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http://www.360ground.com/ looks just fine to me. I saved it and tried to browse the saved copy and it works reasonably well but with a few issues, eg background is white and the Camera Lens Graphic has vanished! The Slider and the Graphic Changer still work fine. A word of warning about your 'Career' Tab which goes to a page headed 'Carrier' Your issue ...


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I've decided to use nginx which beats Apache hard in the number of simultaneous connections. Comparing with nginx+Apache, using nginx only reduces the complexity of the system, which makes troubleshooting simpler.


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It's been awhile since the question was made, but this worked for me, the problem is in the wiki config side no in the apache config side, In the LocalSettings.php file in the MediaWiki folder locate these lines: ## The protocol and server name to use in fully-qualified URLs ## Change from local to servername:<port> $wgServer = "http://localhost"; ...


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This is the issue that I encounter as well, so when looking at the official site https://github.com/Homebrew/homebrew-apache, it mentioned that I have to symlink the related files that required with the following line: sw_vers -productVersion | grep -E '^10\.([89]|10)' >/dev/null && bash -c "[ -d ...


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Check you httpd.conf file, it should contain a line like Include conf/*.conf. Check whether it is a wildcard or a fixed file (like 000-default.conf). Also, check that your new conf files match the wildcard patern and are stored on the same folder as the 000-default.conf. Finally, there are apache distributions where they have a available and a active ...


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Typically if one wants to setup separate virtual host configurations, you would place them in this directory: /etc/apache2/sites-available/ So if you have a virtual host named www.example.com the config filename can be named www.example.com.conf like this: /etc/apache2/sites-available/www.example.com.conf You would then open that file in a text editor ...


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The error log reveals that \xe2\x80\x9c appears twice in the path. That means that you have used ” rather than " in your path, which will not be interpreted correctly. Replace them both with " instead and you should be good to go!


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You cannot do this in Linux. Unlike in Windows, the file extension is not treated separately in any way by Linux, so there is no generic way to handle for example *.php files in a manner different from, say, *.PHP or *.pdf. You could however use file name matching and restrictions in either the web server configuration itself or in .htaccess to deny access ...


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OK this is a quirk of WordPress. When you install WordPress it stores the domain you install it into in its database. So if you install it on localhost/my-app that is what will get stored in its database. Now when it is connected to remotely it uses the domainname it stored and therefore when you try to access it from your phone the url gets changed as you ...


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Start here with the port: If port 80 is being used by another service or server Your Server will not start. Before starting your server make sure you do not have another service running on Port 80. The following check works on XP home and XP Pro: Start a command prompt start > run > type in cmd At the command prompt type netstat -ano | find ...



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