hmm, where do you have Apache installed at? /etc/httpd or /usr/local/apache2 or something like that? i think that was the defualt installation directory for apache2, but i overwrote the /etc/httpd installation which was 1.3 or whatever shipped with OS X. I have noticed 10.1.5 changed all my preferences and stuff like that. Maybe I just have to have apache installed in a certain directory. When trying to start it from terminal, it gives me an error message about a file not found. I can look up the exact file tonight.<br><br>
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