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Connection -36 error when trying to access Dav
Authored by: skydivertak on Dec 30, '02 02:05:23PM

I have everything up-and-running as shown, but I get a connect to sever error "An error has occured (error = -36)" when I try to connect to my machine from Finder. This appears to be some generic I/O error, if this is a MacOS error return.

I don't even get prompted for userid/password first.

Any ideas???

Tak



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Connection -36 error when trying to access Dav
Authored by: below on Feb 25, '03 05:24:40AM

No idea... but when you find out what is wrong, please let me know.
I installed webDAV on my debian box, and I can access it with a webbrowser, or with iCal, but not mount it as a fileserver.

Thanks,

Alex



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Connection -36 error when trying to access Dav
Authored by: discordantus on Mar 13, '03 02:49:47PM

I get that error too, and it seems that it's because apache has crashed... at least, it's no longer running after that.



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Connection -36 error when trying to access Dav
Authored by: djdown on Aug 04, '03 08:19:33PM

I had this problem and eventually realized it was a conflict between PHP and mod_dav. The LoadModule line for mod_dav needs to occur after the LoadModule line for PHP in the file. The ordering is important because it defines the content processing pipeline used by Apache. In this case, PHP can hijack the connection and not allow mod_dav to work. Putting the mod_dav LoadModule after the PHP LoadModule in the httpd.conf fixes it.



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