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From Antonio Moreno <antonio.mor...@codebusters.es>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Configuration apache
Date Tue, 04 Dec 2012 11:41:14 GMT
Is solved. the problem is that the module was not activated "rewrite" of 
Apache. Thanks. :-)


El 03/12/12 17:01, Yehuda Katz escribió:
> Then make sure that Drupal is actually installed in /var/www/.
> Drupal uses a bootstrap file called index.php and your error log shows 
> that it is missing.
>
> On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 8:34 AM, Antonio Moreno 
> <antonio.moreno@codebusters.es <mailto:antonio.moreno@codebusters.es>> 
> wrote:
>
>     El 03/12/12 13:53, John Doe escribió:
>
>         From: Antonio Moreno <antonio.moreno@codebusters.es
>         <mailto:antonio.moreno@codebusters.es>>
>
>
>             El 03/12/12 11:59, John Doe escribió:
>
>                   Did you look into the log files...?
>
>             Error.log file contents
>             [Mon Dec 03 12:02:00 2012] [error] [client 10.0.0.107]
>             File does not exist:
>             /var/www/codebusters/es, referer:
>             http://10.0.0.108/codebusters/
>             [Mon Dec 03 12:02:00 2012] [error] [client 10.0.0.107] script
>             '/var/www/index.php' not found or unable to stat, referer:
>             http://10.0.0.108/codebusters/
>
>         So, apache tells you ' /var/www/codebusters/es' does not exist
>         and '/var/www/index.php' does not exist either or isn't
>         readable...
>         Is apache right?
>         If apache is right, why did you tell him to use non existant
>         directories?
>
>         JD
>
>     MY web-site is Drupal, directory are not really there, making a
>     query to the database.
>
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