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Apache: How to solve "The requested URL /.../..../ was not found on this server."

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I am working on a Ubuntu 10.04 server, on which I installed PHP 5.3, Apache 2 2.2.9. I followed the below steps to do the installation :

  1. I installed apache2 using SUDO APT-GET INSTALL APACHE2

  2. I also installed libapache2 and php using the below commands
    sudo apt-get install php5 libapache2-mod-php5
    sudo apt-get install php5-core

  3. I did redirection to port by configuring the DEFAULT file in /ETC/APACHE2/SITES-AVAILABLE. Redirection happened successfully.

  4. PHP5-curl was installed using

  5. Rewrite mod was enabled in apache2 using
    SUDO A2ENMOD REWRITE and apache2 was restarted.

Now, after following this if I try to access the URL, I get the following message -


But, the same URL is accessed from another system with the same configuration , it works fine.

posted Dec 3, 2013 by Bob Wise

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1) To enable communication's effectiveness, please post full /ETC/APACHE2/SITES-AVAILABLE/DEFAULT 's contents.
2) Please be sure to have done "SUDO E2ENSITE DEFAULT" after initially eventually having disabled it.

answer Dec 3, 2013 by anonymous
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