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Fri Jan 15 19:52:18 UTC 2010
> Ray Leventhal wrote:
>> Ray Leventhal wrote:
>>> <huge snip>
>>>> Now, If I just knew what server name should be-:o)
>>> If I were a betting man, I'd assume that http://localhost/phpsysinfo or
>>> http://127.0.0.1/phpsysinfo would work.
>>> The server name is usually determined by apache when it starts..if it
>>> can't it uses the hostname which should be (if you're using bash as a
>>> shell) part of your prompt in the form <user>@<host>:
>>> Not sure it will, but I hope this helps a bit.
>> verified to work as stated above on Karmic.
> Thanks for the comeback, Ray. I tried that on Karmic using SM and
> Firefox-3.5 but didn't get what I expected. SM & FF came back with
> another url file with this output(snipped for size):
> Don't know what I'm doing wrong or how to edit
> /etc/phpsysinfo/config.php Correctly?
I wonder..is httpd started? I truly did nothing more than what I
described (I've already had apache running on this system, so there were
no dependencies when I installed phpsysinfo).
If apache/httpd is running, is the default web root in a place that's
Lets start by determining if apache2 is running:
$ /etc/init.d/apache2 status
on a running system, the reply should be something like this:
* Apache is running (pid 2451).
In my karmic install, the relevant apache conf file is
In a typical karmic install with apache2 (as mine is, all default
locations), your 'web root' is /var/www
Try making nothing more than a plain text file called 'hello.txt' with
the contents "Hello" and placing it in /var/www.
Then browse to http://localhost/hello.txt and see if you get a 404 or a
plain background with the word hello in quotes :)
Once we know if apache is running and configured to the (debian and
ubuntu) standard of /web/www as web root, we can further debug the
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