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I'm stuck and having a little issue, I setup my Debian box a little while ago and Apache2 was running fine, but then not to long ago, (not sure if related)... I installed CVSWEB and now every time I try to browse to my website on my Linux box the browser just hangs. I don't get a "Server not found" or anything. It seems like my browser sees, connects but never get the page to come up, I'm sure it sees something because when I kill Apache2 I get the "Server cannot be found" message.
Any thoughts on this?... it's really bugging me, I've went to the point of removing and re-installing Apache2 and still no luck.
The Apache logs are actually really helpful - you will find /var/log/apache/access.log probably has a bunch of entries that will tell you exactly what the client browser is requesting, and why the Apache server doesn't appear to be providing anything.
Hey, sorry late reply, but in that case, if it's lsitening, and at one point was working... then what would cause this to happen... my browser sees the server bcs it hangs for response, my server is listening, but logs don't show me accessing the site, and as for now it's internal and does not have a firewall.
cheers!... thanks, and sorry for late reply, vacation :P