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From "Deepa Rangarajan" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Using precompiled version of apache 2.0.52
Date Wed, 20 Oct 2004 19:36:59 GMT

Apache 2.0.43 is the latest precompiled version that I am able to fine.

I have a compiler in my workstation(Solaris 8). I have downloaded apache 
2.0.52 source and
compiled it. The taget machine is also an identical Solaris sparc machine. 
Can I use the version that I have compiled in my workstation. If yes, how do 
I go abt it?

If I cannot do that, is there any major problem with apache 2.0.43. we were 
anyway using 1.3.26 and only for SSL compatibilty I am installing a higher 

Pls. advice.


>From: Joshua Slive <>
>Reply-To: Joshua Slive <>
>To: Deepa Rangarajan <>
>Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Using precompiled version of apache 2.0.52
>Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2004 14:16:50 -0400
>On Wed, 20 Oct 2004 12:44:26 -0500, Deepa Rangarajan
><> wrote:
> > There is  a compiled version of 2.0.52 that exists(source downloaded and
> > complied). So i thought I can use that.
>I have no idea what you mean by that.  Who downloaded and compiled it?
> > But would the same instuctions as that of 2.0.43 work? Since binary for
> > 2.0.43 is available for solaris 8, I can use that too.
>Don't use 2.0.43.  It is too old.
>I suggest heading over to someplace like and either
>downloading a binary from there or downloading gcc/etc and compiling
>it yourself.  You'll need to carefully read the instructions on that

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