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Old 18th July 2006, 12:59 AM
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httpd gui settings

I had to uninstall and reinstall apache and php with php-pgsql and php-mysql because for some strange reason my apache conf file got corrupt and also the apache server would not start. I have no idea why it happened, although I was messing with my display settings right before. Well, after installing everything again my webserver works fine. but when I am in my desktop and I click on system>administratin>server settings, the httpd option is no longer there. How can I put it back? I see the other stuff that was there, NFS, Samba, and Services, but the HTTPD is now missing.
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Old 18th July 2006, 01:34 AM
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When you put that back,"server configuration tools(system-config-httpd)" you will loose all your web stuff again, that is what had corrupted your httpd.conf file. There is a patch for the problem if you think you need it back again. You can read about it here
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Old 18th July 2006, 01:48 AM
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thanks, I think I will just edit the httpd.conf by hand next time. won't use that gui interface.
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