I've made some changes in Apache config. Then I typed "/etc/init.d/httpd restart" and it gived me an error. So I've loaded my backup of fresh unmodified config file, but it is still giving me an error on line 50, so I've commented it, then 139, which is 'Order allow, deny' so there is a big problem. It is really unmodified file, so I don't know, what to do. Any advices??
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Posted on 03-04-08 17:49
What is the exact error you are getting? And if you can, post the sections of your httpd.conf file that the error is referencing to. The problems you are describing are way to generalized to give any kind of sounds advice.
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