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(13) Permission Denied: make_sock: Could not bind to address 0.0.0.0:80
no listening sockets available, shutting down
unable to open logs
Now, Apache was working fine a month ago because I had been to the website. Now I'm working for the people who made the website, and guess what, I have to fix it. Problem is, I'm not super new to linux, I have done linux before, but never tried troubleshooting it before.
Now i checked the httpd.conf file. It's not set to bind to 0.0.0.0:80, its set for a proper address. It's also set to "Listen 80". I can't seem to find the fix I need for this error when I try to restart apache2 (apachectl start). I have also tried to start apachectl from root, but that didn't work either.
I've also done a variety of Netstat commands, but I don't see anything thats related to port 80, unless there is a better way to check for anything Listening on Port 80.
Can you check that if Apache is set to run as user/group apache/apache, for example, that they still exist? Are you running the Apache startup command as root? Have you run `apachectl -t` to check the config file syntax?
netstat won't help here because Apache hasn't started yet.
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