[brlug-general] Red Hat 7.3 -Samba & Swat
ricky at delriotech.com
Tue May 21 22:32:11 CDT 2002
Yep. SWAT is it's own light-weight webserver bound to TCP port 901. This means that it runs independently of any normal webserver (Apache, etc) running on port 80 (which almost all normal webservers run on).
The best bet is to follow Tim's advice and make sure it's not disabled in xinet.d. If all else fails, remove the package, and reinstall it. If it's an RPM, "rpm --erase swat", then mount your Linux CD and "rpm -i swat-x.x.x". Double check the xinet.d settings to make sure it's enabled, then try again.
From: General-admin at brlug.net [mailto:General-admin at brlug.net]On Behalf
Of Shannon Roddy
Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2002 5:25 PM
To: General at brlug.net
Subject: Re: [brlug-general] Red Hat 7.3 -Samba & Swat
On Tue, 2002-05-21 at 14:38, John Hebert wrote:
> httpd installed and running? What does
> http://localhost do?
My understanding (could be wrong) it that swat runs by itself - without
> John Hebert
> --- "Bart G. Denys" <denysfamily at charter.net> wrote:
> > O Gurus,
> > I installed RH 7.3 on a PIII 1G with 1G memory.
> > Samba, common, client and swat packages are
> > installed.
> > I have been browsing and reading but am still
> > confused.
> > /etc/services has a line already for "swat 901/tcp"
> > /etc/xinetd.conf has the line added "swat stream tcp
> > nowait.400 root
> > /usr/local/samba/bin/swat swat"
> > I cannot connect to http://localhost:901
> > What am I missing ?
> > Bart
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