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From Max Leandro Angelo <...@softexpert.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] httpd version
Date Tue, 28 Dec 2004 14:46:11 GMT
Ty Ron,

I saw the man pages too :) and I already know of apachectl -v :)

what I really would like to know, it's a command like php -i, that shows 
the build command used to build the system...

I wanna this in order to make an installer, that can dettect if the 
build it's ok or not, if don't, it re-build the system :)

ty to much anyway :)

RON FLORY wrote:

> Max Leandro Angelo wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> How can i see the version of httpd that i run from the shell in Linux??
>>
>> I know that php -i command show me everything about php in my 
>> machine, i would like to know if there's any equivalent command for 
>> httpd too :)
>
>
>  always start with "man httpd"
>
>  it says 'htttp -V' will do this.
>
> ron
>
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