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I'm new here and new to Linux but I'm learning heaps. I've got Apache 2, PHP4.3.2, and MySQL running on redhat 7.1. I installed a program called MySource which gave me some text to put in the httpd.conf file. After inserting the text into the httpd.conf file, I get the message "Port was replaced with Listen in Apache 2.0" The line that is wrong is the "Port 80" bit, which if I comment it out I can start apache, but MySource doesn't work correctly.
Does anyone have any ideas?
Text is as follows:
Allow from all
Allow from all
Allow from all
# Any HTTP request made at this domain followed by '/_edit'
# will open the editing interface for that site, page etc.
AliasMatch "^(/.*)?/_edit(.*)$" "/usr/local/mysource-2.4.1/web/edit$2"
# Any *other* HTTP request made at this domain gets handled
# by the MySource web frontend controller script.
AliasMatch "^(/.*)?$" "/usr/local/mysource-2.4.1/web/index.php"
# Example alternative at a particular subdirecory of this domain:
#AliasMatch "^/path/to/mysource/section(/.*)?/__lib(.*)$" "/usr/local/mysource-2.4.1/web/__lib$2"
#AliasMatch "^/path/to/mysource/section(/.*)?/__squizlib(.*)$" "/usr/local/mysource-2.4.1/squizlib$2"
#AliasMatch "^/path/to/mysource/section(/.*)?/__data(.*)$" "/usr/local/mysource-2.4.1/data/unrestricted$2"
#AliasMatch "^/path/to/mysource/section(/.*)?/_edit(.*)$" "/usr/local/mysource-2.4.1/web/edit$2"
#AliasMatch "^/path/to/mysource/section(/.*)?$" "/usr/local/mysource-2.4.1/web/index.php"
MySource requires Apache, MySQL and PHP > 4.2.0. So I guess it's not it's own webserver. I'm not even sure if fixing that "Port 80" line will resolve the problems that are occuring, but it's worth a try.