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Re: Bug#253203: apache will not start due to syntax error

On Tue, 8 Jun 2004, William R. McDonough wrote:

> 34d0b1e7407e3f169028cf0f9cc871b7  /usr/sbin/apache
> 8a5ac7ab4a335b8629e846eb578b86d6  /usr/sbin/apache-modconf
> cf518d10df69144b16f10665bba39348  /usr/sbin/apache-perl
> 8a5ac7ab4a335b8629e846eb578b86d6  /usr/sbin/apache-perlconfig
> e55eebf2281f2398fbdec3568dd242de  /usr/sbin/apache-perlctl
> ef2b2fd1f37114183ca11bd64bea4d36  /usr/sbin/apache-ssl
> 8a5ac7ab4a335b8629e846eb578b86d6  /usr/sbin/apache-sslconfig
> b521ff1a981e7cacf543443128352c51  /usr/sbin/apache-sslctl
> 8a5ac7ab4a335b8629e846eb578b86d6  /usr/sbin/apacheconfig
> a0e409b4d3e70f3a8d7e5b72f1ebe9bd  /usr/sbin/apachectl

They look fine....

> > it looks to me like your filesystem is corrupted and something is
> > pointing where it shouldn't. I can't find any better explanation.
> That's exactly what I thought too!  That I have some sort of file
> corruption somewhere... but I can't figure out which file Apache is
> complaining about.

hmmm apacheclt is a shell script and uses /bin/sh
Which shell is linked to /bin/sh ? If it is not bash can you try to change
it to /bin/bash?

I think it could be that /bin/sh is a broken symlink or something...


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