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comment Remote Logging with syslog
thanks for the reply, it still does not solve the main problem..
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comment Remote Logging with syslog
the machines are not connected to any other network, it's just a network between two machines and the domains are well configured. There is no problem accessing two machines with their domain. However, i've even tried with their IPs, no luck.. Could you suggest any way I can debug the whole thing??
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comment Setting Apache DocumentRoot in Fedora
Thanks for the answer. I have had tried creating a new user apache2 under group www and I runned apache as apache2:www and also the changed the ownership of DocumentRoot to apache2:www. However, I still got the error. So, what I tried recently was running apache as root, which the server complaint as not a good practice.. Then, I tried running as user:user which is my primary account, and surprise it worked. I figured out what the problem was.. It was like my /home/user had permission 700. I wish I has thought about this before.. Anyway, I'd appreciate the helps
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comment Setting Apache DocumentRoot in Fedora
thanks.. for your answer.
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comment Setting Apache DocumentRoot in Fedora
yeah... that sure is a typo
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