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I've been surprised about how many things that the upgrade to Lion broke. For example, it removed the links to git and java from /usr/bin
so those programs were gone. It wasn't hard to fix the soft links, but it took a while to figure out why java and git were gone, and where they were really.
I also see that the built in copy of Apache HTTPD is "broken" in that the doc-root is clearly not being set, or is configured wrong or something.
A trivial request to localhost now gets a 404
The requested URL / was not found on this server.
Apache/2.2.21 (Unix) DAV/2 Server at localhost Port 80
Any hints as to where that went? or where it is looking?
Also, how does one start/stop/restart daemon processs?
I don't see the usual linux style /etc/init.d/name scripts
nor the old BSD style /etc/rc.0/name scripts.
What's the trick to restart things like httpd?