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Post by admi » Thu, 18 Apr 1996 04:00:00

    I've downloaded apache 1.0.3.
     I've 'untared' it, Configured it, ran make. started httpd, ran ps -x
saw the 'parent' process and appropriate number of 'children' . However
when I try to access the server I cannot make the connection. What gives,
it must be something simple. Help.

OS is Linux 1.1.59
Telnet is disabled
nfs is active
ftp is active
Am currently running Cern 3.0 on same device.
Yes I checked the port, Cern runs on 80, Apache configured and running on



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Post by sanja » Mon, 22 Apr 1996 04:00:00

[ ipx < 1K ]
Here is the situation:

(1) The node is connected to two networks and thus has two IPX addresses
(one address for each network).

(2) On each network the node is reachable only via the address
associated with that network.

(3) How do I register an RPC service under both these addresses - under
the same transport (ipx) - and how do the potential clients pick up
the right address for the network they are on?

I will appreciate any help on this.



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Post by Javaid Qaz » Wed, 24 Apr 1996 04:00:00

Hello all: I've got Netscape installed in Xwindows (Linux 1.1.59 the
Ygdrasil-Linux Bible) version.  I've got the PPP linkup working (Thank's
to Robert Hart and Greg Hankin).  I start the PPP up from inside Xterm
and then launch the XNetsape.  But it won't fetch web pages.  Says it
can' find the DNS (no matter which URL I ask for).  I've put my
Provider's DNS numbers in the etc/resolve.conf file and the Gateway IP in
etc/rc.d/rc.inet1 spot.  Any help would be appreciated.  Feel free to



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Post by Gary McClell » Sat, 27 Apr 1996 04:00:00

A client running Linux 1.2 with the Livingston Radius software has been
getting tons of "RPC: clnttcp_create not registered" messages on the

Anyone have a clue as to how I can configure RPC or Linux to avoid these

Gary McClellan                                      The Business Basic Experts

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The following macros are there on AIX  but not on Linux.If we have
on Linux pls  suggest me how to use(say path) or tell me alternative?

#define SIGDANGER 33    /* system crash imminent; free up some page
space */
#define SIGSAK    63    /* secure attention key */
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#define SIGRETRACT 61   /* monitor mode should be relinguished */
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#define _D_NAME_MAX 255

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