On 17 Mar 2005 09:57:26 -0500, Lowell Gilbert
> That's not a problem; all it means is that's who built the kernel. It
> doesn't get used for *anything* other than printing that message.
> You must have put the old hostname into Apache's configuration
> explicitly. You will need to change it by hand. The configuration
> file is (by default, as installed from the port)
No, this is not the problem. I searched in httpd.conf but I didn't
find anything concerning my <old_hostname>.
I even deinstalled & deleted the configuration files & reinstalled apache.
Don't forget this:
FreeBSD 5.4-PRERELEASE #10: Wed Mar 9 15:40:46 UTC 2005
Here I have my <old_hostname> too.
> Changing rc.conf is enough for anything that was configured
It should be so, but it actually isn't.
If you changed some other configuration by hand, you
I'm sure I didn't set my <old_hostname> anywhere else than in rc.conf
However, thank you for your advice, but it didn't solve my problem...
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