Hi Scott,

Many thanks. That problem was cured by installing Java which I had not done.
Now I cannot get into IBM Web Administration for iSeries as I get the
message *ZUI_50004: OS/400 user profile RobDixon does not have *IOSYSCFG
authority which is required to use the administration interface of IBM HTTP
Server for iSeries. *I can find no reference to that error message.

As I said in my previous post, this could be because I found that I didn't
have any PTFs on my install media. It does seem so very basic a problem.

Hopefully I will be able to find some PTFs somewhere and that will fix the
problem.

Best wishes

Rob Dixon



On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 5:45 AM, Scott Klement
<midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

Hello,

3025 means "file or directory not found". Presumably, it's saying that
www/iwadft/conf/httpd.conf is not found.

the fact that that this is a relative link (doesn't start at the root
directory) seems very odd to me. Is this truly a fresh install, or are
you running on DASD that someone might've left some bad configuration
behind on?

Or, is there a place where you keyed this path name in?


Rob Dixon wrote:
Thanks Ian.

I tried that but I got the message
HTP8029 Error occurred opening file www/iwadft/conf/httpd.conf. the
HTTP
server did not start - error number 3025

This is presumably because I have not yet configured the HTTP server.
However, despite this, when I pointed the browser to http://192.168.0.7,
I
did get

"the sample home page for the APACHEDFT server", so the HTTP server is
running.

When I went back to http://192.168.0.7:2001 I got the same message as
before.

Any further ideas?

Rob Dixon

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