You sure Apache's still running ??
Here's a few things to check:
1. Check, that you still have the process running ? Processors dude.
2. Look at Apache's log files and see what happens after you try starting
it. Errors ??
3. Get to a prompt and type the command "netstat -na", without the quotes
and look for listening ports - out of the box most daemons listen on ALL
interfaces at port 80, meaning 127.0.0.1 is OK. You have had you config
changed - but then you'd know that ?
Proto Local Address Foreign Address State
TCP 0.0.0.0:80 0.0.0.0:0 LISTENING
The above means something, Apache in my case, is listening on all interfaces
at port 80.
4. Does 'localhost' still resolve to 127.0.0.1 properly ? or has your cable
installation conveniently changed your HOSTS file ? Check your file's
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> Did you try http://localhost , instead of 127.0.0.1, or with your
> machine, if you have changed any, recently..... Or else just check if it
> conflicts with the port(s) if you have PWS also installed on your machine.
> If you don't get any solutions, alternatively post your query to the
> Windows mailing list also.
> > All of a sudden Apache is nor running correctly under Windows 98.
> > It appears that somehow localhost was changed from 127.0.0.1 to
> > Does the fact that I now have a 24/7cable connection to the Net cause
> > problem?
> > Thanks!
> > Anthony Rodriguez
> > ([EMAIL PROTECTED])
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