Issue resolved.

In Ubuntu11.10 (at least in my version of installation), it seems that
apache runs as a process under a user called "daemon".  So, I changed
the ownership of "data" directory to this user, and it starts
working.  Thanks for all the help.
regards,
RV
On Jan 13, 7:44 pm, rv_nath <rv.n...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you.  I will try this out.
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> regards,
> RV
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> >    - Startup problems <#134d6b1d192a2183_group_thread_0> [2 Updates]
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> >    rv_saraswathi <rv.n...@gmail.com> Jan 12 06:39AM -0800
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> >    Christian,
> >    Thanks for the reply. I started apache using "sudo apachectl -k
> >    start". Is it becoz of this? If yes, I need a way to figure out how
> >    to start Apa;che w/o using sudo command. Any help appreciated.
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> >    regards
> >    RV
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> >    Anton Cohen <an...@antoncohen.com> Jan 12 05:13PM -0800
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> >    > Thanks for the reply. I started apache using "sudo apachectl -k
> >    > start". Is it becoz of this? If yes, I need a way to figure out how
> >    > to start Apa;che w/o using sudo command. Any help appreciated.
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> >    It's best not to use apache2ctl to start and stop httpd. In Ubuntu
> >    11.10
> >    you can use 'service' and 'update-rc.d'.
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> >    To enable apache2 on boot:
> >    sudo update-rc.d apache2 enable
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> >    To disable apache2 on boot:
> >    sudo update-rc.d apache2 disable
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> >    To start apache2 manually:
> >    sudo service apache2 start
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> >    You can replace 'start' with stop, restart, reload (or graceful),
> >    status,
> >    and a few others.
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> >    In older Ubuntu and Debian versions without the 'service' command you
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> >    do:
> >    sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 start
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> >    For reference, on Red Hat-based systems the equivalent commands are:
> >    sudo chkconfig httpd on
> >    sudo service httpd start
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> >    -Anton
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