[Fwd: HTTP2 script problem]

2013-06-22 Thread Max Power
Hi guys!

OpenBSD 5.3/amd64:

pkg_add apache-httpd [ok.]

next step
/etc/rc.d/httpd2 start
returns:
httpd2(failed)

Instead
/usr/local/sbin/apachectl2 start
It works and load Apache2.

Why?

Thanks, Max Power.







Re: [Fwd: HTTP2 script problem]

2013-06-22 Thread Ryan Freeman
On Sat, Jun 22, 2013 at 07:00:09PM +0200, Max Power wrote:
 Hi guys!
 
 OpenBSD 5.3/amd64:
 
 pkg_add apache-httpd [ok.]
 
 next step
 /etc/rc.d/httpd2 start
 returns:
 httpd2(failed)
 
 Instead
 /usr/local/sbin/apachectl2 start
 It works and load Apache2.
 
 Why?

Because you keep wasting time emailing a technical list for
improvements and patches, VERY SPECIFICALLY NOTED on the page where
this address resides.

If you spent any time at all reading manual pages, you would have all
the questions you have asked answered.  STOP POSTING THESE QUESTIONS
TO THIS LIST.  m...@openbsd.org is the ONLY list you should be posting
to, based on all the questions I have seen from you so far.

-ryan

 
 Thanks, Max Power.
 
 
 
 
 



Re: [Fwd: HTTP2 script problem]

2013-06-22 Thread Marc Espie
On Sat, Jun 22, 2013 at 12:06:51PM -0700, Ryan Freeman wrote:
 On Sat, Jun 22, 2013 at 07:00:09PM +0200, Max Power wrote:
  Hi guys!
  
  OpenBSD 5.3/amd64:
  
  pkg_add apache-httpd [ok.]
  
  next step
  /etc/rc.d/httpd2 start
  returns:
  httpd2(failed)
  
  Instead
  /usr/local/sbin/apachectl2 start
  It works and load Apache2.
  
  Why?
 
 Because you keep wasting time emailing a technical list for
 improvements and patches, VERY SPECIFICALLY NOTED on the page where
 this address resides.
 
 If you spent any time at all reading manual pages, you would have all
 the questions you have asked answered.  STOP POSTING THESE QUESTIONS
 TO THIS LIST.  m...@openbsd.org is the ONLY list you should be posting
 to, based on all the questions I have seen from you so far.
 
 -ryan

I will also say that, eventually, we will ask the list caretaker to BAN
YOU FROM TECH@.

GO TO MISC@

You've been warned three times.

NOOB QUESTIONS *DO NOT BELONG* ON TECH@.