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From Mark J Cox <...@hyperreal.com>
Subject cvs commit: apache/htdocs/manual install_1_1.html install.html
Date Thu, 21 Nov 1996 15:00:11 GMT
mjc         96/11/21 07:00:11

  Modified:    htdocs/manual  install.html
  Added:       htdocs/manual  install_1_1.html
  Log:
  Change installation documentation to 1.2's way of doing it
  but keep link to the old stuff for people not using the beta
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.3       +55 -39    apache/htdocs/manual/install.html
  
  Index: install.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /export/home/cvs/apache/htdocs/manual/install.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.2
  retrieving revision 1.3
  diff -C3 -r1.2 -r1.3
  *** install.html	1996/11/21 10:47:11	1.2
  --- install.html	1996/11/21 15:00:09	1.3
  ***************
  *** 6,15 ****
    
    <BODY>
    <!--#include virtual="header.html" -->
  ! <h1>Compiling and Installing Apache</h1>
    <h2>Downloading Apache</h2>
    Information on the latest version of Apache can be found on the Apache
  ! web server at http://www.apache.org/. This will list the current release,
    any more recent beta-test release, together with details of mirror
    web and anonymous ftp sites.
    
  --- 6,20 ----
    
    <BODY>
    <!--#include virtual="header.html" -->
  ! <h1>Compiling and Installing Apache 1.2</h1>
  ! If you wish to download and install an earlier version of Apache please
  ! read <a href="install_1_1.html">Compiling and Installing Apache 1.1</a>.
  ! 
    <h2>Downloading Apache</h2>
    Information on the latest version of Apache can be found on the Apache
  ! web server at 
  ! <a href="http://www.apache.org/">http://www.apache.org/</a>. 
  ! This will list the current release,
    any more recent beta-test release, together with details of mirror
    web and anonymous ftp sites.
    
  ***************
  *** 19,70 ****
    order for those modules to be effective; this requires generation of a
    short bit of code (`<code>modules.c</code>') which simply has a list of them.
    <p>
  ! If you are satisfied with our standard module set, and expect to
  ! continue to be satisfied with it, then you can just edit the stock
  ! <code>Makefile</code> and compile as you have been doing previously.  If you
  ! would
  ! like to select optional modules, however, you need to run the
  ! configuration script.
  ! <p>
    To do this:
    <ol>
  ! <li>Edit the file `<code>Configuration</code>'.  This contains the per-machine
  ! config settings of the Makefile, and also an additional section at
  ! the bottom which lists the modules which have been compiled in, and
  ! also names the files containing them.  You will need to:
  ! <ol>
  ! <li> Select a compiler and compilation options as appropriate to
  ! your machine.
  ! <li> Uncomment lines corresponding to those optional modules you wish
  ! to include (among the Module lines at the bottom of the file)
  ! or add new lines corresponding to custom modules you have written.
  ! <p>
  ! Note that DBM auth has to be explicitly configured in, if you want
  ! it; just uncomment the corresponding line.
  ! </ol>
  ! <li> Run the `Configure' script:
  ! <blockquote><code>
  ! % Configure<br>
  ! Using 'Configuration' as config file<br>
  ! %</code></blockquote>
  ! 
  ! This generates new versions of the Makefile and of modules.c.  If
  ! you want to maintain multiple configurations, you can say, e.g.,
  ! <blockquote><code>
  ! % Configure -file Configuration.ai<br>
  ! Using alternate config file Configuration.ai<br>
  ! %</code></blockquote>
    
  ! <li>Type `make'.
    <p>
    The modules we place in the Apache distribution are the ones we have
    tested and are used regularly by various members of the Apache
    development group.  Additional modules contributed by members or third
    parties with specific needs or functions are available at
  ! <A HREF="http://www.apache.org/dist/contrib/modules/">&lt;URL:http://www.apache.org/dist/contrib/modules/&gt;</A>.
 There are instructions on that page for
  ! linking these modules into the core Apache code.
    </ol>
  - 
    <h2>Installing Apache</h2>
    After compilation, you will have a binary called `httpd' in the
    <code>src/</code> directory.  A binary distribution of Apache will supply
this
  --- 24,86 ----
    order for those modules to be effective; this requires generation of a
    short bit of code (`<code>modules.c</code>') which simply has a list of them.
    <p>
  ! It is also necessary to choose the correct options for your platform.
  ! 
    To do this:
    <ol>
  ! <li>
  ! Copy the file "<code>Configuration.tmpl</code>" to 
  ! "<code>Configuration</code>" and then edit
  ! "<code>Configuration</code>".  This contains the list and settings of various
  ! "Rules" and an additional section at the bottom which
  ! lists the modules which have been compiled in, and also names the
  ! files containing them.  You will need to:
  ! <ul>
  ! <p><LI> Adjust the Rules and <code>EXTRA_CFLAGS|LIBS|LFLAGS|INCLUDES</code>
if
  !       you feel so inclined.
  ! 
  ! <p><li> Uncomment lines corresponding to those optional modules you wish
  !       to include (among the Module lines at the bottom of the file),
  !       or add new lines corresponding to custom modules you have written.
  !       (See <a href="misc/API.html">API.html</a> for preliminary docs on how
to do that).	
  ! </ul><p>
  !       Note that DBM auth has to be explicitly configured in, if you want
  !       it --- just uncomment the corresponding line.
  ! 
    
  ! <p><li> Run the "<code>Configure</code>" script:
  ! <blockquote><pre>
  !       % Configure
  !       Using 'Configuration' as config file
  !        + configured for <whatever> platform
  !        + setting C compiler to <whatever> *
  !        + setting C compiler optimization-level to <whatever> *
  !       %
  ! </pre></blockquote>
  !    This generates new versions of the Makefile and of modules.c.  (If
  !    you want to maintain multiple configurations, you can say, e.g.,
  ! <blockquote><pre>
  !       % Configure -file Configuration.ai
  !       Using alternate config file Configuration.ai
  !        + configured for <whatever> platform
  !        + setting C compiler to <whatever> *
  !        + setting C compiler optimization-level to <whatever> *
  !       % 
  ! </pre></blockquote><p>
  ! *: Depending on Configuration and your system, Configure
  !        make not print these lines. That's OK
  ! 
  ! <p><li> Type "<code>make</code>".
    <p>
    The modules we place in the Apache distribution are the ones we have
    tested and are used regularly by various members of the Apache
    development group.  Additional modules contributed by members or third
    parties with specific needs or functions are available at
  ! <a href="http://www.apache.org/dist/contrib/modules/"><URL:http://www.apache.org/dist/contrib/modules/></a>.
  ! There are
  ! instructions on that page for linking these modules into the
  ! core Apache code.
    </ol>
    <h2>Installing Apache</h2>
    After compilation, you will have a binary called `httpd' in the
    <code>src/</code> directory.  A binary distribution of Apache will supply
this
  
  
  

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