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From "Paul Ellison" <ph...@mmcable.com>
Subject Re: Mod-proxy
Date Tue, 18 Jun 2002 19:40:09 GMT
What kind of OS are you/the school, running?

Paul
Edmond, OK

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "John Rosenhamer" <jrosenhamer@okccc.edu>
To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 18, 2002 2:18 in the PM
Subject: Mod-proxy


> I have been running Apache for a few years now, but have never loaded
> the system on a computer.  My present version, 1.3.2, I believe was
> loaded by our automation vender when we upgraded the computer.  It
> doesn't have mod proxy loaded.  We wish to use it for a number of
> reasons.  I went to Apache.org, but could not find the module by itself
> and could find nothing about loading modules, except those developed by
> others.
> 
> 1.  Do I have to reload Apache 1.3.2, possibility load Apache 2, or can
> I find the module somewhere and just load it.
> 
> 2.  My apache is located in my sirsi directory under WWW 
> (/s/sirsi/WWW) , and my web files are there under htdocs.
> If I should reload or upgrade, will I need to copy those files to
> another directory while I do this.  
> 
> 3.In the book, Apache Server 2.0, a beginner's guide, the
> recommendation is to delete the old files before placing new files on
> the server.  Is this the best way to go?  
> 
> I could place the new files in the default Apache directory and point
> my Unicorn software to that directory.  Would this be better than
> loading Apache in the present directory.
> 
> John
> 
> John H. Rosenhamer
> Technical Services Librarian
> Oklahoma City Community College
> 7777 South May Avenue
> Oklahoma City, OK   73159
> jrosenhamer@okccc.edu
> (405) 682-1611 ext. 7229
> FAX:  (405) 682-7585
> 
> 
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