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By robert.l.tagliaboschi@sai ·
I am receiving the following error on only one of my pages when using the search. All other pages search without error.

ht://Dig error
htsearch detected an error. Please report this to the webmaster of this site. The error message is:
Unable toread configuration file '/web/htdig/conf/htdightdig.conf'


I have opened up permissions and verified the file existence. Can anyone help !!!

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by g.j.busser In reply to LINUX Admin regardng Apac ...

hi,

you supply little info, but looking at the error msg (especially repeating htdigs and the space in the config file path) I suspect some form of mangling of a path by either apache itself (local URL relative to DocumentRoot vs. 'real path' or v.v.) or the beast that is trying to get configured. In the latter case more info is needed.

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Hi!

The error isn't due to permissions:
Since I'm guessing you did a cut and paste of the error message here is where you problem lies:
'/web/htdig/conf/htdightdig.conf'
^
You see that square in the path where server is looking for conf file ?
Shouldn't be a square there but a, '/', front slash instead.

So check your webpage from where you call search.

Regards
/Hasse

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by brianbarber In reply to LINUX Admin regardng Apac ...

Go through httpd.conf and correct the syntax to read /web/htdig/conf/htdig/htdig.conf

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