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zeke_mo

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#1
I just upated my http/ftp server from mandrake 10.0 to 10.1, and now I cant view my web page. I have tried changing file permissions to view/edit and I still get a "Connection refused when connecting to xxxx" Is there something else that I need to do to enable people to view my web page? Thanks
 
#3
Connection refused usually means that the server isn't running. If you did start it, maybe it returned som error messages and stopped again?
 

zeke_mo

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I just checked the running processes on the server and there were 4 httpd-perl things running. Would they just not be responding?
 

j79zlr

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#6
Yes, you have no Cert file like the error is saying. Comment out the mod_ssl stuff in httpd.conf.
 

zeke_mo

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#7
j79zlr said:
Yes, you have no Cert file like the error is saying. Comment out the mod_ssl stuff in httpd.conf.

Ok, I have the httpd.conf file opened in notepad2 and I found two lines that contain mod_ssl

AddModule mod_ssl.c
...
...
Include conf/ssl/mod_ssl.conf
Now do I just delete these two lines?
 

zeke_mo

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I commented them out, and I still get the same error. Should I try editing the file in
/etc/httpd/conf.d/41_mod_ssl.default-vhost.conf ? maybe if I comment out the line that is giving the error
 

Aprox

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#10
Ok, looks like your pointing to wrong directory. Try to copy the files from the "Apache" folder to the "Apache2" folder. Those files include "server.crt" and "server.key".

Hope that helps.


Edit: I just wanted to point how appropriate it was that this tech question was my 255'th post,
 
#14
Eagle710 said:
what is apache i have no idea any im taking a course involving it next semester. thanx
You should start your own thread. ;) And apache is what allows you to see the majority of the sites you visit.
 
#15
just wondering do you have a line in your httpd.conf file like this
Include /etc/httpd/conf.d/*.conf

if you do then that would have been what was including the mod_ssl-default-vhost.conf file, renaming it to end in .config or something would have probably have fixed it. That said moving it to the place where the server.crt and server.key files are is better ;)
 

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