I believe that I installed Apache from tar. but Squid was set up already. Btw
I am using SuSE 6.4. I have just been on the Apache site and I think that it
may have been working but I was not aware. This leads to your other question.
The school is using Dialnet so I am going through them. The (our) proxy is
set up on http port 80 with the workstations listening through 8080. I set up
Apache without any problems i.e /etc/apache....start and then went to a
workstation and entered http://127.0.0.1/
. I didn't recognise the file that
came up or the links but on reflection I think it was the files from Dialnet's
root? It was a Windows proxy html and I think I have seen it pre-Linux proxy
days when the dialnet connection died. If Apache is grabbing their root file,
what am I doing wrong? I have the defaults for root directory etc. for my
machine but it is obviously going to theirs. Or is it? The default html in
root directory, or htdocs is the SuSE one but I have not seen that one. I
switched off Apache until I can investigate more.
Would it help to send my attempt at httpd.conf?