Error in Apache [Solved]

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Error in Apache [Solved]

Postby adi10289 » 11. February 2013 15:29

Hi
Since yesterday I am getting below error and it seems even after updating PMA manually issue is not resolved.
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PMA Version outdated... Please update


Quick response will be really helpful.

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Re: Error in Apache

Postby JonB » 11. February 2013 21:32

When exactly do you get that message - and what is the URL?
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Re: Error in Apache

Postby adi10289 » 12. February 2013 07:44

Hi
I am facing this issue since Sunday.
Check your PM for URL as its my dedicated server and i am using it for personal use.

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Re: Error in Apache

Postby JonB » 12. February 2013 11:48

I am using alias to connect to my D drive on following URL.
http://nn.nn.nn.nn/download/

You do indeed get a mysterious error message.

However, since 'download' is not a part of XAMPP, I must conclude the problem is with whatever script is in that folder. You should contact the authors of that script.

Good Luck
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Re: Error in Apache

Postby adi10289 » 12. February 2013 12:12

Hi John
I am not using any script till Sunday I was able to see my directory but since Sunday I am not.
I would have agreed with you if I am using any script.

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Re: Error in Apache

Postby JonB » 12. February 2013 22:11

OK -

Heres is a fact - there is no download folder in XAMPP - PERIOD. so where it the 'download' folder coming from? Answer - it must be in one of your DocumentRoot folders. That is the only way it can be served by Apache. And therefore you should be going there (to your DocumentRoot) to find it and what is in it. :shock:

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Re: Error in Apache

Postby adi10289 » 13. February 2013 09:27

Hi JonB
Thanks for support as issue is resolved now. My index.html got automatically rewrited I am further investigating why this happened.

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