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Old 09-30-2001, 05:47 PM   #1
Madmullen
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Question Need help setting up webservices


I am running Red Hat 7.1 and have web services installed, but i am unable to connect to the machine from anywhere on the local machine, my home network or anywhere else. Even with the firewall disabled I am still unable to connect.

I managed to get telnet services up and running after looking into the xinetd.d, but I do not see anything relating to www/http services under xinetd.d. Should the default Apache installation allow me to at least connect to the machine's ip address via http? Or is there some other configuration option that I am missing.

When I had RH6.2 installed I was able to connect to web services immediately after installing the OS. What is it about RH 7.1 that is so different?

Thanks in advance

J
 
  


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