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I'm a web developer from Tacoma, WA.

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revised Apache listens, but doesn't respond
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comment Apache listens, but doesn't respond
Unfortunately my particular environment does not have strace available.
Feb
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comment Apache listens, but doesn't respond
Would someone mind clarifying why this question is off-topic? Also, if you think it would be more appropriate on another stack exchange site, feel free to mention that as well (SuperUser perhaps?). Thanks!
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comment Apache listens, but doesn't respond
I actually opened the ports directly via the command line. Went ahead and turned off the firewall and still can't seem to get Apache to respond.
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comment Apache listens, but doesn't respond
just updated the post with the output from iptables -L
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revised Apache listens, but doesn't respond
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comment Apache listens, but doesn't respond
Ah goot catch! I went ahead and tried that and now netstat correctly shows "0.0.0.0:80" but I still experience the same behavior (basically times out).
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comment OS X Server: How/where is the server app changing the Apache configuration?
Weird - in my case the /private/etc/apache2/httpd.conf is being used (I made some changes, added a module) and the module is now loading and those changes are reflected. Could it be using both somehow (doesn't make sense, but can't think of a better explanation)?
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