Apache Error Log: File does not exist

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Good day,  
 
I need some help on this error I have encountered in the a Apache error log – File does not exist: /usr/share/groupoffice/etc.  This occurred upon adding group office through Debian package in my system.  
 
All is well except for this error.  I just want to know the reason for this error and of course the solution for this.  Your help would be greatly appreciated.  
 
Thanks a lot.
 
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Best Answer by Johnstoon Leen
Answered By 0 points N/A #132706

Apache Error Log: File does not exist

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Hi there user:

I think this is the actual (complete) error you’ve receive was this one.

/usr/share/groupoffice/modules/email/mailto.php (over the original error message post) post /usr/share/groupoffice/etc.

 

Try this and test ($config [‘disable flash upload’]=true:) and

($qs=strtoroler(str_replace (‘mailto:’,,$_server [‘query_string’]));

 

I hope this could help you solve your problem. Don’t hesitate to post again if the error still persists.

 

Best regards,

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Answered By 0 points N/A #195059

Apache Error Log: File does not exist

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Hi Jabez Zion

 

Well there is a way for you to get rid of this solution.
While running your apache server, you have to check that whether you have Skype is installed or not.
You should check first that if your Skype is running in back end, then there will be conflict between apache server and Skype application.
Because the Skype application and apache, both are fighting for port number 80.
You have to stop or close the Skype and restart your apache server and your application too.
You’ll not get this error back. 
 
Good Luck dude!
 
Regards,
 
Johnstoon Leen

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