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From DuSTiN KRySaK <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Upgrade 2.0.40 to 2.0.44
Date Mon, 03 Feb 2003 09:34:42 GMT
Ok, reloaded again, and figured out why it installed HTTPD the other time -
it was because I had chosen to install the config tool, and httpd was a


Reloaded with no apache, downloaded the RPM suggested on here.. Installed,
and it created everything under httpd2, etc etc.


I am ready to rip my hair out.

There has to be an easier way.

Or I am just too dumb to get it.

All I am trying to do is get httpd V 2.044 installed, and have the
redhat-config-httpd GUI work with it.

Does anyone else have this working so I can contact you off list instead of
me creating a ton of traffic on this list for the other users...

Thanks in advance.


On 2/3/03 12:08 AM, "DuSTiN KRySaK" <> spit this out onto
my computer screen:

> So now - I want to uninstall BOTH versions, and just install httpd from the
> new version I found on the net... What would the command be to uninstall and
> delete all apache directories?
> Dustin

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