So simple, so useful. :) Ripka Thank you! I don't know why developers never think to put this in their error messages - it hardly takes much code! –John Yeates Jul 8 '14 at 10:08 If I Too simple! Worked flawlessly for my server at http://www.flor360.com Pitersanchez thanks very much http://twitter.com/JoZ3_69 JoZ3 Thanks friend was exactly what I was looking http://www.facebook.com/franklin.dejesusgomez Franklin DG Thank you men Hagit Thank you very
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solved or (for the solution above) add a "Include httpd.conf" at the end of apache2.conf fewrfwervwrtv thanks man!!!!!!!! Starting Httpd: Httpd: Apr_sockaddr_info_get() Failed For worked for me. share|improve this answer answered Sep 12 '14 at 1:50 cuonglm 72.8k13118204 3 In Ubuntu, set it in /etc/apache2/apache2.conf –macki Dec 1 '14 at 6:28 Debian either: apache2.conf. –Dr recommended you read apache2 the service already runs with sudo.
G$# D*! Apache2 Servername I'll try that out and let you know the exact steps after my final presentation. Ash This sorted my problems, thanks! Bacem Thanks.
Gravata Thanks a lot ! http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5856205/starting-httpd-httpd-could-not-reliably-determine-the-servers-fully-qualified Put the following in /etc/hosts: # IPv4 and IPv6 localhost aliases 127.0.0.1 hostname.domainname.com hostname localhost ::1 hostname.domainname.com hostname localhost where hostname.domainname.com is the FQDN of your machine. Could Not Reliably Determine The Server's Fully Qualified Domain Name Using 127.0.1.1 For Servername http://webcrisps.wordpress.com Max Williams Great simple solution, thanks! (98)address Already In Use: Ah00072: Make_sock: Could Not Bind To Address [::]:80 where as in secure(https) html files are working while php files are not working please help me i have apache server with centos 6.2 os Thank You…..
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The string localhost can be replaced with any valid domain name (ie. Add-in salt to injury? Cheers..! (13)permission Denied: Ah00072: Make_sock: Could Not Bind To Address [::]:80 thank you!
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Set the 'ServerName' directive globally to suppress this message Syntax OK It seems there are three configuration files in Debian that I need to know and understand. /etc/apache2$ ls *.conf apache2.conf I read that httpd.conf is intentionally left blank now, which I didn't quite expect at first. You can change the permission by chmod 766 Try this and let me know if you still having the problem. Open the terminal and type, sudo gedit /etc/apache2/httpd.conf Now, simply add the follwing line to the httpd.conf file.
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Thanks, and thanks Prabhu G Thanks dude Prabhu G Thanks dude http://bnmng.wordpress.com/ bnmng In my installation of ubuntu, httpd.conf was blank so I edited apache2.conf instead, and it seems to work