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From Jerry K <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Corrupt OSX Apache Install
Date Wed, 08 May 2013 15:35:01 GMT
any time I make modifications to httpd.conf, or any of the files in the 
extra directory, I typically like to run the:

# apachectl -t


The "-t" switch will test the configuration file and alert me to any 
errors that I may have made prior to actually attempting to implement a 
new or updated configuration.

Hope this helps,


On 05/ 8/13 09:30 AM, Christos Jonathan Hayward wrote:
> No matter what I do, including restarting Apache, there's nothing listening
> on 80 on my Mountain Lion Mac. This is an attempt to connect to it as
> localhost, so there shouldn't be firewall interference, and the firewall is
> off. (The error logfile does not record anything when I restart the server.
> )
> Is there any way I can get a pristine version of Apache and its files for
> under Mountain Lion? Barring that, is there a list of files I can restore
> from my suspected good oldest Time Machine backup?
> I've attached my httpd.conf in case you can spot an error.
> Thanks in Advance,

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