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Where can I get a default /etc/httpd/ folder?
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snerdini
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Jul 7, 2004, 04:10 PM
 
Long story short, the Server Admin tool (OS X Server 10.3) is rather buggy and was pissing me off, so I decided to start hacking the Apache config files by hand. I have experience with Apache on Linux, so got cocky and decided not to back up the original files. Now I can't configure any websites properly via the Server Admin tool - is there any way I can get a default /etc/httpd/ folder without reinstalling OS X Server?
     
philzilla
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Jul 8, 2004, 12:06 PM
 
dude. backup. always.

i'm just putting a fresh install on my iBook as i type this, so i can zip that and mail you the archive, if you like?
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snerdini  (op)
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Jul 8, 2004, 01:24 PM
 
I know, I know. I usually do, but this is a test server, so no biggie.

Anyway, I've got things up and running again, thanks to a little Unix-based config file hacking.

Thanks anyway.

Just as an aside - would I have been able to restore the files I needed with Pacifist? I know that's a powerful little app...
     
   
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