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From DW <xfs...@hotmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: Drupal and Apache and mysql work if I cease using https - why?
Date Tue, 14 Jun 2011 01:15:54 GMT

You need to enable HTTPS in apache.  Are you running your own apache
server?  If so then read this article:

<http://beeznest.wordpress.com/2008/04/25/how-to-configure-https-on-apache-2/>

Good luck.



Astrid Nova wrote:
> I have found now that if I cease using https the problem goes and the
> site works!
> Can anyone suggest why?
> The original header to my post series was "Problems getting a drupal
> content managed website running with an apache webserver with a mysql
> database."
> I am using  Drupal 7.2 and Apache 2.2.19.
> The problem was manifesting as access permission denied when I should be
> logged in as admin.  When I tried to log in again, the webserver locked
> and became unresponsive.
> Since I ceased working in https, I haven't experienced this problem.
> I have also been told that I don't need https for security. What should
> I do instead?
> 
> Sheila N
> 
> DW wrote:
>> Astrid Nova wrote:
>>  
>>> Problems getting a drupal content managed website running with an apache
>>> webserver with a mysql database.
>>> Problem manifests in access permission denied when I should be logged in
>>> as admin, but when I log in again, the webserver locks and becomes
>>> unresponsive.
>>> I am using Drupal 7, apache 2.3.
>>>
>>>     
>>
>> You have to use the latest stable version of Apache (2.2.19].  Version
>> 2.3 must be a beta and so don't expect it to perform properly.  I take
>> it you have the latest version of Drupal version 7.2 - right?
>>
>> hth
>>


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