problem with firefox and other explorer

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Re: problem with firefox and other explorer

Postby vinc » 29. January 2009 16:18

glitzi85 wrote:OK, ich werd das ganze mal in einer vBox testen. Könnt allerdings ein paar Stunden dauern, bin mit DSL nicht besonders vertraut.

Versuch solange mal in der httpd.conf das PHP-Modul zu deaktivieren, das ist oft Ursache für Segfaults. Alternativ mal nacheinander alle geladenen Apache Module deaktivieren und neu starten, bis die Segfaults aufhören. Wenn du kein Modul mehr drin hast und bekommst immer noch Segfaults, dann wäre das einzige entweder ein Backtrace über gdb oder versuchsweise Apache selber kompilieren.

mfg glitzi


humm i can't understand you :) speak english
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Re: problem with firefox and other explorer

Postby vinc » 29. January 2009 16:30

ok thx i will try this way
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Re: problem with firefox and other explorer

Postby glitzi85 » 29. January 2009 16:39

Yeah, just directly after clicking the Submit button i realized that i should answer in English :oops:

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Re: problem with firefox and other explorer

Postby vinc » 29. January 2009 16:43

there is a lot of module, it will take a long time to test every lines ...

edit : this can help ? http://www.noah.org/wiki/Apache_Segmentation_fault

I don't know httpd.conf :/
is that these lines i need to comment to test ? :

example : LoadModule suexec_module modules/mod_suexec.so
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Re: problem with firefox and other explorer

Postby glitzi85 » 29. January 2009 17:09

OK, do it in this way:

Open httpd.conf, scroll down to the end and look for this line:

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Include conf/extra/httpd-xampp.conf

add a hash (#) in front of the line, save the file and restart Apache. Then try again to reach localhost. Now only It works! should be displayed. If you still get Segfaults, it is not related to PHP. In this case cut out all LoadModule Statements at the beginning of the file and paste them into an empty editor window (to copy them back later). Then comment all Include Statements at the end with an hash (just to prevent additional errors). Now save the file again and restart Apache.

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Re: problem with firefox and other explorer

Postby vinc » 29. January 2009 17:14

ok i will try that, i'm leaving work thx again
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Re: problem with firefox and other explorer

Postby vinc » 29. January 2009 20:10

glitzi85 wrote:OK, do it in this way:

Open httpd.conf, scroll down to the end and look for this line:

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Include conf/extra/httpd-xampp.conf

add a hash (#) in front of the line, save the file and restart Apache.


nothing change

glitzi85 wrote:if you still get Segfaults, it is not related to PHP. In this case cut out all LoadModule Statements at the beginning of the file and paste them into an empty editor window (to copy them back later). Then comment all Include Statements at the end with an hash (just to prevent additional errors). Now save the file again and restart Apache.

glitzi


So i cuted all LoadModule lines out of httpd.conf in another text window and adds # to all include and some "Allow" and "Order" needed by module i suppose.
but still have segfaults
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Re: problem with firefox and other explorer

Postby fxm » 01. February 2009 20:45

Ive been having the exact same problem, running lampp 1.7 on Damn Small Linux. Only difference for me was that proFTPD wouldnt start because of some glibc old version.

I just installed the old version lampp 1.6.8a and now everything seems to work fine, I can pull up the startup page at http://localhost anyways.
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Re: problem with firefox and other explorer

Postby vinc » 05. February 2009 14:35

fxm wrote:Ive been having the exact same problem, running lampp 1.7 on Damn Small Linux. Only difference for me was that proFTPD wouldnt start because of some glibc old version.

I just installed the old version lampp 1.6.8a and now everything seems to work fine, I can pull up the startup page at http://localhost anyways.


well i tried everything i known and 1.7 doesn't work on dsl. I'll try with your older version, ty for reply
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Re: problem with firefox and other explorer

Postby vinc » 05. February 2009 18:46

work fine with 1.6.8a ty
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Re: problem with firefox and other explorer

Postby itswally » 04. October 2009 18:21

I have the same problem but do not have 1.6.8. I am using 1.7.2.
the Glibc_2.3.4 in the bsaic load for linux seems to be bad. Any Ideas?
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