Fresh install of Saucy. Apache2 configs from Raring are epic failure
kogorman at gmail.com
Fri Dec 27 06:26:11 UTC 2013
On Thu, Dec 26, 2013 at 2:38 AM, Oliver Grawert <ogra at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, den 25.12.2013, 18:28 -0800 schrieb Kevin O'Gorman:
>> Due to a GUI meltdown, I found it expedient to do a fresh install so I
>> chose Xubuntu Saucy.
>> All but one thing went well. My web server is really down.
> quoting from:
> ... "Ubuntu 13.10 includes Apache 2.4 and PHP 5.5. Users of these
> packages should review their configuration prior to upgrade to ensure
> compatibility with Apache 2.4 directives and the new tooling and
> directory structure for managing configuration snippets in the Ubuntu
> For more details refer to the Apache 2.4 upgrade guide  and the PHP
> 5.5 migration guide ." ...
>  http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/upgrading.html
>  http://php.net/manual/en/migration55.changes.php
Thanks to all for trying. I've read the apache docs and notices. I
don't use PHP. I found the compatibility stuff just didn't work at
all, so I moved entirely to the new access features. The only thing
that really isn't working is my passwords file -- it's letting
everybody in. That was a small part of the site, and I just have it
disabled for now.
I have a few things in /var/www, nothing in /srv. The big stuff is in
a separate partition mounted as /www and I have a Directory stanza
giving access to that. I want password protection on two of its
subdirectories, and have not been able to achieve that. Probably the
next thing I should do is try to achieve password protection on
something, anything at all or even everything, because I have not seen
that yet in 2.4.
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