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when I try to sudo it , gets password , I enter ( not password entering ) but nothing happens , no error or comments
from shell prompt I dont recieve any errors , I recieve errors from "Services Configuration " when I try to start the service
I use redhat enterprise AS 4 and the httpd was made during setup
this used to work for me , but I dont know why its giving me errors , I try to install apache 2
If you don't receive any errors in the terminal then it likely means httpd is starting correctly. Maybe Services Configuration is not prompting you for your credentials and trying to start httpd as your user, just a guess... I don't know about Services Configuration in FC3 though, maybe this should be moved to the distro forum.
after all ( I installed apache and expat again ) I recieved the first problem :
httpd failed. The error was: Starting httpd: /usr/sbin/httpd: error while loading shared libraries: libexpat.so.0: failed to map segment from shared object: Permission denied
I noticed that maybe something's wrong with file : /usr/lib/libexpat.so.0
I did this :
the only message I get now is apache failed to start and the permission problem is gone