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While I was setting up the php module for apache in the httpd.conf file via the terminal I've wrecked my httpd.conf... No such file can be found on the system.

I'm running OS X 10.6.2 and my question is as following: can somebody copy paste a default httpd.conf file here on the forum?

Thanks in advance!
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While I was setting up the php module for apache in the httpd.conf file via the terminal I've wrecked my httpd.conf... No such file can be found on the system.

I'm running OS X 10.6.2 and my question is as following: can somebody copy paste a default httpd.conf file here on the forum?

Thanks in advance!
Did you look in /private/etc/apache2/original ? In that directory you should have a backup copy of httpd.conf.

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