After a couple schedule slips and so on, it’s Here! Fedora 19 is released.
CentOS is 100% binary compatible with a certain popular branded Enterprise Linux edition.
I upgraded to Fedora 18. Then verified my web server was running. Then attempted to visit this site. I was not able to. The problem was the new firewall daemon in Fedora 18. Despite the config file indicating that port 80 was open for http traffic, it was not.
I had to install firewall-config.
yum install -y firewall-config
Then I used firewall-config enable traffic for port 80. This solved the problem.
I recently upgraded my web server system from Fedora 17 to Fedora 18. I used fedup to do so. The upgrade went fairly smooth.
A couple days later I noticed that Apache ( httpd ) was not running. In the course of trouble shooting I had to disable selinux. When I enabled selinux again, there was a new issue.
The first issue I noticed is that by default, the ServerName directive in the apache config (httpd.conf) file is remarked out.
The error shows up as the following in your /var/log/httpd/error_log file.
Could not reliably determine the server’s fully qualified domain name
The solution for that error is to edit your /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf file.
Change the line (line 95 in my file) that reads
The next error:
No such file or directory: AH01762: Failed to create shared memory segment on file /run/httpd/authdigest_shm
Which had the following error hand in hand with it:
no such file or directory: AH01760: failed to initialize shm – all nonce-count checking, one-time nonces, and MD5-sess algorithm disabled
Both of these errors can be fixed by creating the /run/httpd directory and then changing the ownership to apache and group to apache. This seems to be a result of disabling and then enabling selinux.
chown -R apache /run/httpd
chgrp -R apache /run/httpd
I suggest you upgrade as soon as it is convenient.
Fedora 18 will release in 7 days. Happy New Year!
You may want to upgrade.
Microsoft will discontinue support of any type for Windows XP, Windows XP Pro, and Windows XP Pro 64bit editions including security updates and service packs entirely on April 14, 2013. If you are still utilizing Windows XP be sure to transition to an alternative operating system on or before this date. I personally recommend migrating to Fedora Linux or Ubuntu Linux as these operating systems will still run effectively on your existing hardware.
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