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Is it causing me problems mostly because I installed RH9 as workstation and not server? Maybe I'll try and install it again as server and then I'll see. How is with other aplications if I install as server? All I need is KDevelop, Apache+PHP+MySQL/PostgreSQL, Quanta+, Blender3D, internet stuff (http, ftp) and maybe Xine.
I'll be away from home for a couple of weeks so I'll post an answer what happened. Cheers and thanks for your help.-
Well you've got it going then, does it show the deault page if you point you browser to 127.0.0.1, if it don't you have to change a setting in httpd.conf relating to your server name or put in your ip address,
or add the name you're using for your server to /etc/hosts.
Can't be more specific at the moment as I am linux-less for the next few days.