NCSA httpd 1.3 Won't Start in Linux 1.2.13

NCSA httpd 1.3 Won't Start in Linux 1.2.13

Post by Elizabeth Hamilto » Mon, 16 Sep 1996 04:00:00

I cannot start the NCSA httpd 1.3 on my Linux machine (kernel 1.2.13.)

When I log to the directory where the server is and type "httpd &" I get
the error message:

"bad group nogroup"

In the httpd.conf, I have User set to "nobody" and the Group set to
"#99" the group number for the "nobody" group in my /etc/group file.

Thank you in advance for your help!

Elizabeth Hamilton


1. An iBCS using client worked with 1.2.13, but won't with 1.3.x

I used iBCS to ran the SCO binary of ADMS, a backup-via-network software from
IBM. That worked fine. But now that I upgraded the system to 1.3.<various>, I
can't get the client to work. Dumps core.

I got a new copy of iBCS from tsx-11/BETA. It is labelled 1.3.x, and from
February 1st or so. It compiled fine under 1.3.57 (also tried 1.3.[73,76])
and I can insert the module just fine. But when I start the application, it
dies. "Not enough memory for message string" or some such. I have plenty of
memory, and it worked before.

Any hints on what I could do differently would be greatly appreciated.

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