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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36778] - Continuous they fallen of apache with Windows 2000
Date Mon, 26 Sep 2005 06:47:51 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From agner.g@gmail.com  2005-09-26 08:47 -------
>   Actually, this is more likely a problem with Terminal Server and the old
>   Apache.  I would be very interested to know if you installed Apache 2.0,
>   are these resolved?
> 
>   Terminal Server changes the way that global objects are named, and for
>   some PHP modules this may cause a problem, for Apache 2.0 it certainly
>   did, so we rewrote a number of pieces of the APR (Apache Portability
>   Runtime) to handle these discrepancies.
> 

Although we have not tested with apache 2.0.  Is possible that many problems
have themselves resolved.  We are tried to migrate to Windows 2003 and apache
2.0, to encontes we need to know if is possible some optional solution.


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