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why i cant setup apache in windows 2000

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i can install apache in windows 2000 professional
but when i was to install it in a LAN it cant run correctly
when i type http://localhost/ in browser i recieve The page can not find
why?
Jul 17 '05 #1
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berehneh wrote:
i can install apache in windows 2000 professional
but when i was to install it in a LAN it cant run correctly
when i type http://localhost/ in browser i recieve The page can not find
why?


AFAIK, you have to set apache up as a service under Win2K.
Then you have to configure it correctly ...

If you have IIS running on that Win2K machine too, then you have to assign
different ports to IIS and Apache, else you trigger a conflict.

Once that's done, just start the service and fire up your browser and go to
http://localhost and see the default page.

Else you have to be much more specific as to your problem.

/Andreas
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Jul 17 '05 #2

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berehneh wrote:

i can install apache in windows 2000 professional
but when i was to install it in a LAN it cant run correctly
when i type http://localhost/ in browser i recieve The page can not find
why?


You might want to consider Xitami -- it's "apache-like", but much much
smaller. It supports php, perl, mysql and others, runs "out of the box"
[just use the winXXxx installer] and has web-based configuration. You
can have it running all of the time and never notice it's there.

Check it out at http://xitami.com.
Jul 17 '05 #3

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In message <42**************************@posting.google.com >, berehneh
<fe*************@hotmail.com> writes
i can install apache in windows 2000 professional
but when i was to install it in a LAN it cant run correctly
when i type http://localhost/ in browser i recieve The page can not find
why?


Was this on the machine you have installed Apache on? Or another one on
the network?

First step is to install it on a machine and then check from *that*
machine that you can access the web site.

*Then* you start trying to access from other machines - and the first
requirement is that they can 'ping' the Apache server by name or
possibly IP number.
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Jul 17 '05 #4

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On Sun, 07 Dec 2003 22:48:23 -0800, berehneh wrote:
i can install apache in windows 2000 professional but when i was to
install it in a LAN it cant run correctly when i type http://localhost/ in
browser i recieve The page can not find why?

<?php
echo "Come back when you have a _PHP related question_!
?>

Regards,

Ian

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Jul 17 '05 #5

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Ian.H wrote:
On Sun, 07 Dec 2003 22:48:23 -0800, berehneh wrote:
i can install apache in windows 2000 professional but when i was to
install it in a LAN it cant run correctly when i type http://localhost/
in browser i recieve The page can not find why?

<?php
echo "Come back when you have a _PHP related question_!
?>

Regards,

Ian


Ian,

I know for sure you can write clean code .... the one above is newbie-style
;-)

/Andreas
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Jul 17 '05 #6

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On Mon, 08 Dec 2003 15:48:48 +0100, Andreas Paasch wrote:
<?php
echo "Come back when you have a _PHP related question_!
?>

Ian,

I know for sure you can write clean code .... the one above is
newbie-style ;-)

lol!

It's been one of those weeks already =)

Regards,

Ian

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Programming, Web design, development & hosting.

Jul 17 '05 #7

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Ian.H wrote:
On Mon, 08 Dec 2003 15:48:48 +0100, Andreas Paasch wrote:
<?php
echo "Come back when you have a _PHP related question_!
?>

Ian,

I know for sure you can write clean code .... the one above is
newbie-style ;-)

lol!

It's been one of those weeks already =)

Regards,

Ian


And it's only monday. Have you been considering shutting down for x-mas
already now ?
;-)

/Andreas
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Registeret Linux user #292411
Jul 17 '05 #8

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