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Hello Experts,

I am currently running windows XP professional edition, and just downloaded the Apache server 2.2 which I want to test it out on my machine.   The installation is done without any problem, and the service is showing "started" normally; however, when I type the address in firefox (or IE) 127.0.0.1 , the page just keep loading and nothing comes out, which I assume a page of "It works" message should be shown if everything is setup properly.   The listening port of the service is on port 80 ...

I am not quite sure which part goes wrong... any suggestion?

Many Thanks!
airok
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Hi R.K

Thank you for your information.  But instead of using any package software, I want to experiment with how to install apache alone and get the configuration right.

Thanks!
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I hope this link can help you.

http://mpcon.org/apacheguide/
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