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From Ask Bjoern Hansen <>
Subject Re: [PATCH] Support for Mac OS X, some cleanup for Mac OS X Server
Date Sat, 01 May 1999 05:34:21 GMT
On Fri, 30 Apr 1999, Manoj Kasichainula wrote:

> The other side of this, though, is that people who are used to Apache
> may move from their old system to OS X. Then, when they install
> Apache, it will show up in a completely different location. In the
> case of Red Hat, I know people who really don't like the Red Hat
> layouts. They use a particular ./configure statement to build and
> install Apache using the Apache-standard layout. If we started
> defaulting to OS-specific layouts, we would break those users.

Absolutely. I'm using RedHat on my workstation, and I would hate to have
the default install to behave different here than it does on our FreeBSD
servers. I'm never using the RedHat Apache rpm's, have no idea where it
put my files and I don't want to know since I'm always getting the source
from cvs anyway.

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