Bill wrote:
>Sounds like something's wrong with your apache conf. Please show us what
>that looks like. I'm running a similar setup on Debian, too, and it works

Fortunately, I have solved the problem myself.

Thanks for everybody for looking into my problem.

For the curious: In the apache httpd.conf I made a proxy to
the Zope web, except for the home page '/'.

Because in the SiteRoot I pointed the '/' as the root, so
points the Zope management form to '/'.

Because there's no Zope at '/', deleting the SiteRoot from Zope
management failed.

Changing in apache httpd.conf the / to ..:9673 solved this.


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