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From JDeSalle <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] configure --enable-modules=all doesn't
Date Sat, 21 Dec 2002 18:36:15 GMT

Look in /etc/httpd/conf.d you might find those missing module configs.
Also if you look at the httpd.conf file you should see an include 
directive that looks
like this  Include conf.d/*.conf just above your LoadModules configuration.

hope this helps


Karl Berry wrote:

>Apache 2.0.43, red hat 8.0, (gnu/linux-i386 2.4.18-14smp). 
>After unpacking the 2.0.43 distribution tarball, I did
>  configure --enable-modules=all --with-layout=Apache
>and was surprised that this did not actually enable all (at least
>non-experimental) modules.  Same results with --enable-mods-shared=all.
>I can see how it's desirable not to enable absolutely all modules; for
>instance, choosing only one of cgi or cgid according to the mpm, only
>including isapi under windows, suexec has potential security issues if
>misconfigured, etc.
>The modules I was surprised to find lacking from `all' were
>deflate, cache, ext_filter, proxy, ssl, usertrack.
>I looked at the documentation, searched google and the mailing list,
>poked a bit at the source, but couldn't find any explanation.  So I'm
>asking the list before reporting a bug, as the apache web page tells me to.
>I already forged ahead by explicitly specifying --enable-ssl etc. to
>configure, so that's fine.  This message is just to see if there's some
>obvious explanation that I'm missing as to why the above modules weren't
>included in --enable-modules=all.  Any information appreciated.
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