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  • by ericdano (1000) on Tuesday October 22 2002, @12:58PM (#5393) Homepage Journal
    Do you, at the bottom of the Apache httpd.conf file have a line that says:

    include /usr/local/slash/httpd/slash.conf

    This is needed by slash. Did you follow the INSTALL instructions to the letter?

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    It's either on the beat or off the beat, it's that easy.
    • Thank you for the help.

      Yes, to both questions.

      After digging a bit more. It is looking like an apache problem. Apache failed in some of its tests, and I'm guessing that formatting apache is the issue. There was/is a previous version of apache on the server (though I'm certain I'm running the new copy).

      Is it necessary for Apache to pass all of the tests? I don't have all of the results available at the moment.

      thanks,
      sean

      • If you follow the directions in INSTALL, and build Apache with Mod_perl like it says, it shouldn't fail.......
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        It's either on the beat or off the beat, it's that easy.