Re: [SLE] starting apache
From: Lars Norén (lars.noren_at_mbox321.swipnet.se)
Date: Sun, 27 Jul 2003 13:03:37 +0200 To: himbA <email@example.com>
> yes, I have nVidia drivers installed as well.
> Thank you for pointing it out to me.
> regards, himba
Do you think it's possible that the installation of the nVidia drivers
changes the permissions or the ownership of a file somewhere, so that
later Apache fails to start, due to insufficient permissions or wrong
ownership somewhere? I mean, what else have graphic card drivers for 3D
support to do with the web server and how it starts at boot?
I've done a clean install of the whole system no, without the nVidia
drivers (3D-games have to wait :-), so I don't have the logfiles from
the installation of the nVidia drivers anymore, but if you still have
them it could be interesting to have a look at them and try to figure
out what happens during install -- where, in the process of building and
installing the drivers as root, does something happen which possibly
could affect Apache and how it starts at boot?
> Dne sobota 26. julija 2003 11:16 je Lars Norén napisal(a):
>>See earlier thread "Apache fails to start at boot" (2003-07-17) on this
>>list - it might give you a hint.
>>>i'm trying to start apache web server at bootup, so I used runlevel
>>>config to enable it on runlevels 2,3,5. I'm booting to runlevel 5. At
>>>boot up I get this message:
>>>Starting httpd [ Mailman PHP4 ] done
>>>Connecting to http://localhost produces error - cannot connect to
>>>Looking at /var/log/boot.msg:
>>><notice>'/etc/init.d/rc5.d/S17apache start' exits with status 0
>>>Starting service at daemon
>>>Console output for rcapache status:
>>>Checking for httpd: unused
>>>Then I tried to start it from runlevel configurator...
>>>Starting httpd [ Mailman PHP4 ]
>>>An SSL passphrase has not been entered within 2 seconds.
>>>To increase this timeout, adjust HTTPD_START_TIMEOUT in
>>>stating apache manualy with 'rcapache start' works, but I would like to
>>>see it start at bootup.
>>>Am I missing some settings here?
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