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From "Naseer Bhatti" <nas...@ilm.edu>
Subject Re: Apache static module override
Date Fri, 16 Aug 2002 14:36:27 GMT
Well, Infact the problem is that the httpd binary I have has a couple of
other modules built in. That is the only reason I am not able to recompile
it. The thing I am trying to do is to comment out AddModule mod_php4.c and
LoadModule blah blah.so but this thing also not working. Infact I just want
to change 1 option on php. I tried LoadFile directive as well but failed. If
there is a way to Load a module on run time, there *must* be a way also to
load some alternate. Someone must know ..

Second strange thing .. I am getting errors viewing .phps files. Anyway to
continue execution even the errors come? I know .phps don't execute but ..
there should be some way.


Naseer


> Naseer Bhatti wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Is it possible to override statically built in apache static modules
> > with one created as a DSO. Like I want to change some php options but it
> > is compiled static. I want to insert and use a DSO instead of that very
> > builtin static module.
> > Any help would be appreciated.
>
> I'd say: highly unlikely.  I've never personally tried it, but I don't
> think this will work.
>
> Joshua.
>
>
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