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From "Rick Scherer" <rsche...@sddpc.org>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Building Apache and SSL
Date Tue, 21 Sep 2004 21:19:40 GMT
You can really have it wherever you want it.  Just use a /etc/rc.d script to have it start
up upon boot.

-Rick

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Rick Scherer
- UNIX Systems Administrator
- Information Security Specialist
The City of San Diego
email: rscherer@sandiego.gov
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>>> shaunc@uk2.net 9/21/2004 2:06:29 PM >>>
Re: [users@httpd] Building Apache and SSLRick/Andrew

Thanks SSL is now up and running.

On last question.  I've built Apache 2.0.51 myself and located in /usr/local/apache2.  Would
you recommend keeping it there or trying to use the Redhat layout?  If I keep it in /usr/local/apache2
do you know an easy way to start Apache at boot up?  Also how do you pass the argument startssl
to apachectl in these scripts?

 Thanks

Shaun



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