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From Lars Eilebrecht <Lars.Eilebre...@unix-ag.org>
Subject Re: Names
Date Thu, 11 Dec 1997 19:46:13 GMT
According to Alexei Kosut:

>  Because on Unix, we've got years (4 - which is a lot in Interent years)
>  worth of legacy to contend with. People are used to it being called
>  httpd, so it is.

-snip-
sfx@doubleshadow[~] whereis apache                 
apache: /usr/lib/apache /etc/apache /usr/sbin/apache /usr/include/apache
/usr/man/man8/apache.8.gz
-snap-

This is on Debian-Linux... and yes, the Debian Apache-Package really
sucks, because for a newbie it's nearly impossible to create a
customized version (with new modules etc.), because the stuff is
scattered all over your hard drive.


ciao...
-- 
Lars Eilebrecht                         - "Belief is not the beginning,
sfx@unix-ag.org                    - but the end of all knowledge." (Goethe)
http://www.si.unix-ag.org/~sfx/


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