I too had to restore my conf file for my apache server, the default conf
file doesn't have the 'listen' command active, i.e. it is commented out,
that is why now both http pages get the error. The default setting is
security, the web page is noted open for access when you do an install.
> I have just tried replacing my conf file with the default conf that came
> with the distribution, and now I get the same error for both HTTP and
> HTTPS. So it's something else. (The default does have the VirtualHost
> _default_:443 and Listen 443 directives.)
> It must have something to do with my DNS and etc... very confusing!
> At least I know it's probably not a conf file problem...
> > >I have what I think is a vanilla Apache configuration file (with
> > Define the <VirtualHost _default_:443> for your HTTPS server, enable
> > on this port with the 'Listen 443' directive, and start apache with
> > startssl'. Have you done all this?
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