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Re: Need help configuring tux and apache to work together for localhost and virtual hosting

Based on questions and some trial and error, I think I have the problem solved, but don't ask me how. :)

My system crashed completely - just locked up everywhere with some repeated disk access like an infinite loop. When it came back up after I pressed the reset button, localhost and all the IP addresses worked fine.

I had been experimenting with changes based on the questions, so I don't remember exactly what may have been changed.

I have confirmed that the order of the addresses in the host file does not seem to matter. It also doesn't seem to matter whether the httpd.conf file has "ServerName Linux.net" or "ServerName", as I have tested both of these after the restart (restarting tux and httpd for each test).


On Tue, 16 Mar 2004 17:47:49 -0500, Ralph E. Kenyon, Jr. <diogenes@vgernet.net> wrote:

On Tue, 16 Mar 2004 13:45:33 -0500, Chris Davies <mcd@daviesinc.com> wrote:

On Tue, 2004-03-16 at 13:21, Ralph E. Kenyon, Jr. wrote:
But now I have a different problem. I can no longer see the default host on the linux machine. (/var/www/html is no longer accessible from either
my linux machine or from my windows machine via the lan.)
what virtual host is set to answer for /var/www/html

linux.net, but it does not answer any requests

However, I can no longer see the linux local host site from either the
linux machine or the W2K machine.
Entering on the W2K machine simply produces a blank
screen after some delay.
do you have ServerName defined somewhere?

I don't think so. I didn't have ServerName in httpd.conf for this address.
Tux is supposed to listen to everything on port 80.

I tried adding ServerName to httpd.conf, but it did not make
any difference.

SeverName linux.net is defined in httpd.conf
I tried changing it to as well as to, but neither

Entering on the linux machine does the same.
do you have ServerName defined somewhere?

I tried changing / adding ServerName to httpd.conf.  It didn't
make any difference.

The tux log does not show a GET request corresponding to either of these
events.  Neither does the apache log.
It looks like the request is not being seen by Tux.

telnet 80
GET / HTTP/1.0

(then hit enter twice)

The "80" part doesn't work.
I can start telnet and then open
GET / HTTP/1.0 returns a web page with a directory of the linux machine
"/" before the Host: line can be typed.

I can read file://localhost and get the root directory of the linux system
(from the linux system), but,
http://localhost/ just comes back blank.
is it defined in apache as a valid servername?

i.e. ServerName localhost

hosts.conf has       localhost.localdomain localhost linux.net xenodochy.org

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