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From "Lagore, James (Contractor)" <>
Subject [users@httpd] First time posting...
Date Fri, 10 Jan 2003 21:38:24 GMT
To anyone,

I have a simple question for someone that knows the answer. I want to
download the lastest and greatest stable release of the Apache web server to
be used in a production environment. I don't want the latest beta or next
soon-to-be release version. says Apache 2.0.43 is the best
available version. Is Apache 2.0.43 the lastest and greatest production
release version or latest new version not officially released yet?

What is the difference in the names apache versus httpd as in
apache_1.3.27.tar.gz and httpd-2.0.43.tar.Z? Are these both the same thing
with a different name? (I know they are diiferent versions). If they are
both the same, why the different naming convention?

Please advise.

Thank you.
apache_1.3.27.tar.Z             03-Oct-2002 11:51  3.5M  Current Release
apache_1.3.27.tar.Z.asc         03-Oct-2002 11:51  175   PGP signature
apache_1.3.27.tar.Z.md5         03-Oct-2002 11:53   61   MD5 hash
apache_1.3.27.tar.gz            03-Oct-2002 11:51  2.2M  Current Release
apache_1.3.27.tar.gz.asc        03-Oct-2002 11:51  175   PGP signature
apache_1.3.27.tar.gz.md5        03-Oct-2002 11:53   62   MD5 hash      03-Oct-2002 11:51  6.6M  Source code for
Win32 compilers  03-Oct-2002 11:51  477   PGP signature  03-Oct-2002 15:53   68   MD5 hash
httpd-2.0.43.tar.Z              03-Oct-2002 11:51  7.9M  HTTP Server project
httpd-2.0.43.tar.Z.asc          03-Oct-2002 11:51  477   PGP signature
httpd-2.0.43.tar.Z.md5          03-Oct-2002 15:52   60   MD5 hash
httpd-2.0.43.tar.gz             03-Oct-2002 11:51  4.6M  HTTP Server project
httpd-2.0.43.tar.gz.asc         03-Oct-2002 11:51  477   PGP signature
httpd-2.0.43.tar.gz.md5         03-Oct-2002 15:52   61   MD5 hash

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