I’ve updated our Fedora distro to FC6. I’m pretty sure this distro requires a 2.6 kernel (which new deployments now default to). Let me know how it goes.
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Well, as I stated in the chat room….
[quote]<TheAssassin> I’ve installed FC6, and I only have one issue…
<TheAssassin> I’m having a problem getting apache to work…
<TheAssassin> ps aux returns that its running, but I’m unable to access my test index.html page from the web [/quote]
So any help would be greatfull 🙂
is one quick fix. The other would be to properly configure Fedora’s firewall…
[code]chkconfig –level 0123456 iptables off[/code]
I "fixed" this just now in the template disro, by doing the above.
The other fix is that I believe that Fedora still has the old ‘setup’ command, (it used to anyway), you can change to ‘no firewall’ that way, or allow specific exceptions.
I think it’s:
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