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From Broming plutonium <zhangzhaoxi2...@yahoo.ca>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Problems on Linux
Date Thu, 02 Jun 2005 04:08:07 GMT
I'm using Xandros Open Circulation 3. I don't think
you know what it is, so I decided to just call it
"Linux".

God I'm so stupid--I didn't even enable the features!
And I deleted my source directory, too. Too bad I
don't have time to read the documentation--I can
hardly find time to do what I have to do.

Oh, what if I want all the modules? It's a lot to ask
for, but I hate re-compiling it every time I want to
use a feature.

Anyways, I re-compiled Apache, this time following the
instructions in the documentation. It works,
especially my proxy server.

I want to make my proxy server public, so that
everybody could use it. Is that a good idea or a bad
idea? :)


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