I've emailed the owner of Chatropolis (Michael Ludwick) and asked for his help.He thought that maybe I'd installed some software prior to the problem arising, but this isn't the case.You mentioned that Apache might be causing the problem.Apache is yet another thing that I've heard of but know nothing about. Many thanks Hi again Diamond Dave, You may find some explanation of Apache's relation to the error in this link: Like I say, I'm not the most knowledgable to explain such things. Looking in that folder on my boot drive shows 25 items.good luck, Hi Diamond Dave, Let me preface my reply with the fact that I am not that knowledgable about error problems but I wanted to suggest that you look toward Apache as the problem.
I've rebooted the Mac from my Alsoft Disk Warrior 4.0 CD and successfully run "Repair Disk Permissions" and "Check All Files & Folders" on all my hard drives, including the boot disk, and I've successfully rebuilt & replaced the directories on all the drives.
I've been running Mac OS 10.4.11 successfully since it's release, and I normally have the following browsers installed & working: Safari 3.1.1 (my default/first choice), Safari 2.0.4, Firefox 22.214.171.124, and the PC version of Internet Explorer (6.0.2) which I can run in Windows 2000 under Virtual PC 7.0.2 emulation.
Suddenly, 2 days ago, for no reason at all, the ability of my Mac to access any of the chatroom entry pages on the website stopped working.
Smoke's FAQ found at: I can't be of anymore help than that, Hi again Diamond Dave, You may find some explanation of Apache's relation to the error in this link: Like I say, I'm not the most knowledgable to explain such things.
Hope that gets you started to understand the error.