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From Ben Laurie <>
Subject Re: [PATCH: srm.conf and access.conf refer to httpd.conf]
Date Sat, 23 Jan 1999 20:21:59 GMT
Wilfredo Sanchez wrote:
> | That would break Apache-SSL.
>     How's that? Both srm.conf and access.conf have comments that say "see
> httpd.conf", which should read see "apache.conf", if TARGET=apache. For
> example:
> >From srm.conf-dist:
> # It is processed after httpd.conf but before access.conf.
> >From access.conf-dist:
> # It is processed after httpd.conf and srm.conf.
>   I'm not familiar with Apache-SSL, so obviously I'm ignorant here.
> Are the
> config files way different or something?

No, but with the suggested change, the comments would say "see
httpsd.conf", but we're actually using httpd.conf.




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