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#1539 W: refers to a location that is unavailable

Posted by 94Dawg on 18 October 2005 - 10:13 AM in Uniform Server - Windows

For instance, I see no mention of IIS being a problem here: http://httpd.apache.....3/windows.html

So any advice on that, appreciated.


Is this an Apache issue, or UniServer?  I'm still kind of amazed to hear the two web servers couldn't possibly co-exist.  Is this something I could solve by installing each component separately, or something?

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#1538 W: refers to a location that is unavailable

Posted by 94Dawg on 18 October 2005 - 09:47 AM in Uniform Server - Windows

Is this an Apache issue, or UniServer? I'm still kind of amazed to hear the two web servers couldn't possibly co-exist. Is this something I could solve by installing each component separately, or something?

Robost? wow, its open source, we do not get paid, no 401k plan, dental, or anything :blink: What do you expect... :) ;)

We do the best we can... how we can, but sometimes IIS finds a way to start even after being stopped. Microsoft :)

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#1529 W: refers to a location that is unavailable

Posted by 94Dawg on 17 October 2005 - 08:53 PM in Uniform Server - Windows

Wow, that's very surprising, would've expected open-source to be a little more....robust?
Uninstalling it isn't an option, but will try stopping it at least. Thanks.

In order for uniform Server to work, IIs has to be stopped or uninstalled. Preferrable Uninstalled so it wont cause problems with the server.

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#1525 W: refers to a location that is unavailable

Posted by 94Dawg on 17 October 2005 - 03:24 PM in Uniform Server - Windows

Installed 3.2a on an XP machine. Script says it installed, but then 'w' doesn't continue to exist. (See mssg windows returns on what should be the W drive, in attached.) So obviously the references to the server in browser fail....
I don't use skype, and I didn't zip up (the whole empty folders thing) so ???
I do use a standard installation of IIS, though don't know why that would matter. Any help appreciated.

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