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Apache Upgrade 1.3.27 Killed iPrint??

Has anyone ran into this problem. Im running NW6SP2, and tried to
upgrade
apache 1.3.26 -> 1.3.27. The upgrade went fine, and apache displayed
the
correct version. However iPrint No longer functioned?
The only thing I could find on iPrint was a alias to Login/ippdocs in
the
adminserv.conf. I find it hard to believe that a alias would be the
problem, after all its just a pointer.

On another Note. Will 1.3.27 work on iFolder. I was going to upgrade
that
box, but after I lost iPrint I figured I should wait on iFolder.

Any Idea's...?

Thanks,

Shad



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Re: Apache Upgrade 1.3.27 Killed iPrint??

You may want to restore your conf directory from backup, during the
upgrade the httpd.conf had been overwritten, Ifolder is a bit of a
beast to get running if you have Apache running other services,
however there is a work-around that can get it to work.



Dave

Daviclif@dotcom.org.uk

"One Net is better than nothing.NET !"

>>> <sgorton@comtechefdata.com> 03/10/03 03:58pm >>>

Has anyone ran into this problem. Im running NW6SP2, and tried to
upgrade
apache 1.3.26 -> 1.3.27. The upgrade went fine, and apache displayed
the
correct version. However iPrint No longer functioned?
The only thing I could find on iPrint was a alias to Login/ippdocs in
the
adminserv.conf. I find it hard to believe that a alias would be the
problem, after all its just a pointer.

On another Note. Will 1.3.27 work on iFolder. I was going to upgrade
that
box, but after I lost iPrint I figured I should wait on iFolder.

Any Idea's...?

Thanks,

Shad





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Re: Apache Upgrade 1.3.27 Killed iPrint??

I did use the orginal adminserv.conf, and httpd.conf.

Perhaps you could provide some detail on iFolder w/Apache 1.3.27

Thanks



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