My /etc/apache2/httpd.conf file is EMPTY!
Moreover there is no /etc/httpd/ directory.
So the installation is borked. Reinstall apache?
Uh, OK, do you have httpd.conf
somewhere else? Or do you have a "httpd.whatever" that is to be copied to httpd.conf
and edited (possibly in /etc/apache2
Sometimes your mileage may vary -- looks like your installation is in /etc/apache2
rather than /etc/httpd
. There ought to be an httpd.something-or-other
file that you're supposed to copy into httpd.conf
and edit. There also ought to be a php.ini
) sitting in there (or someplace else?) for you to edit (you want to wind up with php.ini
that in your httpd.conf
) and the same for php_mod.conf
Seems like most distributions install stuff where it ought to be and yours may just have used apache2
; files and methods are the same, however.
Hope this helps some.