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I've installed OSQA, mostly according to the recipe at wiki.osqa.net but with plenty of changes. It seems that everything should work fine, but when accessing the website I get back a 404. In the apache log, I get the following error:

File does not exist: /usr/local/apache2

I've searched, and that file isn't referenced anywhere in httpd.conf, osqa.conf (which I included from httpd.conf), or in my osqa.wsgi or settings_local.py. Does anyone have any idea what to do about this?

asked 30 Oct '10, 21:49

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I have no idea how this is related, but the problem was that my VirtualHost entries listened on port 80 instead of the port assigned to the app. Fixing that fixed the issue.

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answered 30 Oct '10, 23:38

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