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Can't get Apache working (was: Windows build severly broken due to read-only issues...)

From: Jay Freeman \(saurik\) <saurik_at_saurik.com>
Date: 2002-02-14 10:57:00 CET


Well, as an example, right now if I try to run Apache (latest build as
of an hour ago or something) it simply doesn't run. Currently, it
doesn't log anything to the error log, it doesn't log anything to
access_log, and I have no idea how to debug it. However, I also get
slightly corrupted log information (and have been getting this corrupted
log information as long as I've been trying to use Apache 2.0, through
multiple compiler upgrades, multiple glibc upgrades, nothing seems to
phase this corruption). Whenever Apache tries to print an IP address it
comes out garbley gook:


That's its version of Here is how it says


Some random people just hit my web server (testing with stock
configuration with my standard server offline so it is binding to all
IPs) and I got:

2O.N>.N=.1NR and 2O.1O.2N8.NH

It turns out what makes it decide to simply not run doesn't seem to have
anything to do with Subversion, which is why I haven't bothered to ask
this mailing list. Even if I don't have the Subversion module loaded,
even if I delete all of Apache 2.0 and don't put the module near it, if
I have an IP address specified for the Listen directive the application
fails to execute.

I don't have a firewall running (I used to, but then I upgraded to Linux
2.4 and haven't learned how to use iptables yet... I really should...),
all of my other software is functioning, I run e-mail and web services
off of this computer without issue, its just Apache 2.0 that is having

Jay Freeman (saurik)

-----Original Message-----
From: Philip Martin [mailto:philip@codematters.co.uk]
Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2002 7:32 PM
To: dev@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Windows build severly broken due to read-only issues...

"Jay Freeman \(saurik\)" <saurik@saurik.com> writes:

> :( The last time I tried to get the Unix build working with Apache I
> failed miserably...

Well, if you tell us what failed we might be able to help...

Testing against your own server is useful since ra_dav can be subtly
different from ra_local.

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