[b][red]This message was edited by prickus at 2002-8-26 5:19:7[/red][/b][hr]
I've posted a message previously asking to help me
install Apache 1.3 on Win98. I need to use Apache only
for testing my PHP code before uploading it.
I've managed (with the help of my friends) to
configure httpd.conf so that Apache now outputs only
one error into error.log when I try to start it:
"[crit] make_sock: failed to get a socket for port 80"
I know that for Win98 TCP/IP networking and Winsock2 must
be installed in order for Apache to operate properly.
Maybe that's the problem? But how do I check that?
Besides, I know that in Win98 Winsock2 is installed by default.
Oh yes, and I have no internet connection. But that shouldn't
prevent Apache from starting, should it?
One more thing: is it better to install Apache as a
Win98 service or a console app?
Any advice, comments would be appreciated.