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From "Irmund Thum" <>
Subject Re: Red Hat 7.2 and Apache
Date Mon, 17 Dec 2001 15:33:50 GMT
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From: Kopetzky Robin   CIV AFSC/SEP <>
Date: Monday, December 17, 2001 3:53 pm
Subject: Red Hat 7.2 and Apache

> Good morning!!
>    I loaded Red Hat 7.2 and have Apache 1.3.20 running. I wanted the
> latest and greatest version of Apache, so I downloaded and 
> installed 1.3.22
> and now have a BIG problem. I don't know how to reconfigure the 
> boot process
> so the original httpd does not load and run, while the new one 
> does. Also,
> on the old server configuration, I can get the web server to 
> respond to my
> IP address but not the URL Do I 
> have to
> configure DNS to make this work or should I be using a virtual host?
if .22 is successfully running copy the httpd.conf to /etc/httpd/conf/ and rename the old
one, copy the httpd binary to /sbin/httpd
and after a reboot this files will be used


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