[LON-CAPA-admin] longin failed
sharrison at users.sourceforge.net
Sat Nov 16 10:25:21 EST 2002
You should not need to FQDN via ServerName inside httpd.conf.
A common RedHat glitch of new installations (RedHat's fault, not LON-CAPA)
is the generation of /etc/hosts.
It should look something like this:
127.0.0.1 localhost.localdomain localhost
22.214.171.124 www.myschool.edu myschool
New RedHat installations have a way of erroneously merging
the two lines which produces an error similar to the one you describe.
(This RedHat error has lasted from 6.0 all the way to 8.0...
someday they will fix it.)
I would also double check your machine's entry inside
/home/httpd/lonTabs/hosts.tab and /etc/httpd/conf/loncapa.conf.
> I have installed LON-CAPA and made a domain coordinator.
> When I logged in my home LON-CAPA server, an error occured.
> Displayed URL was http://127.0.0.1/adm/authenticate and could not access my
> server from remote client.
> The httpd.conf might be needed to edit some where associated with FQDN, I
> So, I edited the ServerName of /etc/httpd/cont/httpd.conf commented out to
> proper FQDN.
> After restarting httpd, LON-CAPA can be accessed it's FQDN.
> There is not such a setting step in the indicated install procedure.
> Is it OK?
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Scott Harrison, sharrison at users.sourceforge.net
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