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modify line 306:
same idea for line 331:
line 267 is bad -
-- this is the reason you get the error:
[warn] Apache does not support line-end comments. Consider using
quotes around argument: "#-1"
Syntax error on line 564 of /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf:
Regular expression could not be compiled.
This error refers to line 564 -
--take the quotes out....
This is not a good install of apache... apache in installed under
/root/ on your system, and this will create permission problems for
you... the fixes i provided above should get you up and running
somewhat, but i would suggest reinstalling apache.
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Well I did all you said and it still isnt working so I decided to create a new account for the stupid thing but now whenever I try to do a Make Install
it gives me a bunch of Permission Denied also I was wondering what my ./configure line should look like cause this is what I have
./configure --prefix=/usr/local/apache (could this be cause for the errors??)