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Classic file sharing can cause Apache IP problems Network
I'm running the latest Apache for 10.2 and for some reason my web server would revert to the File Sharing directory tree. This only happened every once in a while and I would reboot to resolve the issue.

Then I realized that I was launching Classic to use my email and then it would take over my web server. I would Force Quit OS 9 to resolve the issue.

Hope this helps someone!

[Editor's note: I would also think simply disabling File Sharing in Classic would work; I run Classic almost all the time while the web server is running and have never had a problem with it.]
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Classic Web Sharing On?
Authored by: thinkyhead on Sep 17, '02 07:03:50PM

Could this be caused by having Web Sharing turned on in your Classic configuration? The only thing that could interfere with Apache is some other service listening and responding to Port 80.



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