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Help!! Now my server won't work!!

TJWin
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Please refer to my earlier question first.  I followed chrisbill's advice and deleted the "indexes" text in my access.conf file. Then I typed in the command as follows:
   $ kill -1 'ps aux | grep "httpd" | grep "root" | awk '{ print $2 }'
Now my server won't work! Help!
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I just re-read the previous question again.  You were only supposed to delete the WORD indexes, not the entire line.  

Restore your backup copy of access.conf, and edit the line removing the word indexes.

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I DID only delete the word indexes.  I'll try your suggestions. Thanks
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