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I'm already tired, I can not start apache, I'm reinstalled it a few times, but it doesn't work, was a different situations, such as firewall or whatever, but now I can not run apache ordinary cause it says "The requested operation has failed", I used cmd and there I've got errors:

F:\server\apache\Apache2\bin>apache
Syntax error on line 60 of F:/server/apache/Apache2/conf/httpd.conf:
Cannot load F:/server/apache/modules/mod_actions.so into server: \xcd\xe5 \xed\x
e0\xe9\xe4\xe5\xed \xf3\xea\xe0\xe7\xe0\xed\xed\xfb\xe9 \xec\xee\xe4\xf3\xeb\xfc
.

F:\server\apache\Apache2\bin>

if I comment line 60 the error will be in the next line, there is a module files and apache can not run them, I think it's all 'caz directories wrong, but which the same, everywhere I wrote right path?

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can you show the line that you commented out? and also comment out your accept rate and you will get an answer quicker –  Ibu Feb 2 '12 at 17:36
    
and pls. dont tell me about xamp or others as you think "cool sh.." server pockets. –  Tolan Feb 2 '12 at 17:37
    
Do you have a little Apache icon in the system tray? You can run 'test configuration' from there that might give more info. Also, is the logs folder created? –  Blowski Feb 2 '12 at 17:38
    
yes, wait a lit bit –  Tolan Feb 2 '12 at 17:38
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Please improve your accept rate. –  Blowski Feb 2 '12 at 17:38

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You're trying to load a Linux shared object (mod_actions.so) into a Windows version of Apache (which would use .DLL files). You need to either find a compiled Windows DLL of mod_actions or download the source and compile it yourself.

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