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From Richard Hector <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] how can i remove the STICKY httpd 1.3* ?
Date Thu, 28 Nov 2002 12:06:35 GMT
On Thu, 2002-11-28 at 18:18, Hytham Shehab wrote:
> > This is probably way off - you haven't got that in-kernel webserver that
> > was going for a speed record a while ago? I don't know if it ever got to
> > the production stage, but I think it was Red Hat who were doing it ...
> > in that case you'd be looking for a kernel module.
> >
> > Richard
> and then how can i figure out that i got this damn version !!
> but rest assured that there is no PID to the listening service, so u might
> be right.
> but then what is the solution !?

Try lsmod (list modules - run as root) and look for khttpd

I hadn't realised it was actually in the main kernel, but I have it on
my (Debian) system, so maybe it's more common than I thought.


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