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I've recently Installed Apache on my Windows 98 machine. But When I satrt apache, the DOS window disappers. I'm told by somebody that apache will keep on running till the dos window is open saying APACHE is running. But when I start it, the DOS window disappears.

I'm not able to run apache. Please help.
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harwantgrewal earned 50 total points
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Dear you have to check the httpd.conf file for that there is line mentioning that the serverName it is commented by the # remove the # from the begining and give the localhost or 127.0.0.1 there it will work


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Thanks haryy.

BTW, Where r u from in Ludhiana.
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