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Bug#222315: marked as done (apache-ssl: ServerName suddenly appears in config)

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Subject: apache-ssl: ServerName suddenly appears in config
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Package: apache-ssl
Version: 1.3.29-1
Severity: normal

Upon upgrade to this version of apache-ssl the install script automatically
rewrote the config to allow the external files with LoadModule directives.

It also added a line

ServerName localhost

where this directive had always been commented out before, and totally broke
horde2 and imp3 in the process (can't login). Commenting out the line again fixes the problem.
I guess explicitly giving a server name would also fix it.


-- System Information:
Debian Release: testing/unstable
Architecture: i386
Kernel: Linux gondolin 2.4.21 #1 Fri Aug 22 10:56:43 BST 2003 i686

Versions of packages apache-ssl depends on:
ii  apache-common               1.3.29-1     Support files for all Apache webse
ii  debconf                     1.3.21       Debian configuration management sy
ii  dpkg                        1.10.18      Package maintenance system for Deb
ii  libc6                       2.3.2.ds1-10 GNU C Library: Shared libraries an
ii  libdb4.1                    4.1.25-10    Berkeley v4.1 Database Libraries [
ii  libexpat1                   1.95.6-6     XML parsing C library - runtime li
ii  libmagic1                   4.06-1       File type determination library us
ii  libssl0.9.7                 0.9.7c-5     SSL shared libraries
ii  logrotate                   3.6.5-2      Log rotation utility
ii  mime-support                3.23-1       MIME files 'mime.types' & 'mailcap
ii  openssl                     0.9.7c-5     Secure Socket Layer (SSL) binary a
ii  perl [perl5]                5.8.2-2      Larry Wall's Practical Extraction 
ii  ssl-cert                    1.0-5        Simple debconf wrapper for openssl

-- debconf information:
  apache-ssl/server-name: localhost
  apache-ssl/server-admin: webmaster@gondolin.piglets.org
* apache-ssl/enable-suexec: false
  apache-ssl/init: true
  apache-ssl/document-root: /var/www

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Hi Colin,

On Sat, 29 Nov 2003, Colin Turner wrote:

> Hi Fabio,
> > Can you please tell me to which priority level did you set debconf?
> It seems to be set to "medium". I did a dpkg-reconfigure apache-ssl and
> the question did appear this time, but I really don't recall it last
> time, wheras I do remember it asking for some bits and bobs like su-exec
> I think. Perhaps I missed it, but I don't think so.

The question is asked and that's what i wanted to know, meaning that the
script works as it should. FYI: the question is asked only if:

- you are freash installing apache-ssl
- you are upgrading apache from a version that did NOT have the question
- you are (of course) executing dpkg-reconfigure

> In any case, perhaps the screen that discusses it should mention that
> there are more than harmless messages as a consequence to specifying
> localhost and that it might in fact break other packages.

localhost is suggested. It stands to the admin to put the correct
information in there, since it is impossible for us to guess we can only

> Thanks for your prompt reply!

no problem :-)


PS I am also closing the bug since we have no evidence that the script
failed. Of course if you disagree with this please feel free to reopen it.

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