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From "timuel" <timw...@voicenet.com>
Subject Re: Apache and FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions
Date Thu, 06 Jun 2002 16:06:02 GMT
redcrap installations use standard RMPS meaning you can get joshies very popular
redcrap RPMS and simply rpm -Uhv them. probably. he has a mailing list you can
join also that`s specific to apache/FP.

http://www.joshie.com/projects/apache-frontpage/

--
Timothy G. Wesemann


----- Original Message -----
From: "Staven Bruce" <Staven.Bruce@valleyair.org>
To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
Sent: Thursday, June 06, 2002 11:56 AM
Subject: Apache and FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions


| PLEASE HELP!
|
| I am running RedHat 7.2 primarily as an Apache Web Server (Apache 1.3.1). I
| need to install Front Page Extensions for my users. However, when I
| originally built the machine, I chose to install Apache as part of the
| original installation.
|
| Everything works great, however I do not have a /usr/local/apache/
| directory. My server root is actually /etc/httpd/. This seems to be wreaking
| havoc on my attempts to install the FrontPage 2002 extensions. It also seems
| quite contrary to much of the Linux/Apache documentation I have read.
|
| I am in a bit of a spot and quite concerned.
|
| Any suggestions as to what I should do?  Is this going to be a problem that
| will plague me every time I want to update or modify my web server? Can I
| just copy the /etc/httpd/ directory to a newly created /usr/local/apache/
| directory and update the httpd.conf file?
|
| Should I try to uninstall and reinstall?
|
| Any info would help!
|
|
|
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