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From "Peter J Milanese" <PMilan...@nypl.org>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Problems on Linux
Date Wed, 01 Jun 2005 14:19:58 GMT
When you say programs, you likely mean modules. You likely did not compile
in the modules you are attempting to use. Removing the installation is a
matter of just deleting the files. You do not need source to do that. If
you isolate apache to its own directory I.e. /usr/local/apache, then you
can just remove that dir. If not, cleanup is probably not ideal. Recompile
from the source with the modules you want or modules-all.


------Original Message------
From: John Hudak
To: users
ReplyTo: users
Sent: Jun 1, 2005 11:12 AM
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Problems on Linux

FWIW, I dnloaded same version and compiled it per the installation docs,
took the defaults, and installed under RH9 with all applicable patches.
Proxy works, don't know about SSL - havent tried it.
John
When you say 'programs' I am not sure what you mean...apache is stand
alone.  Calls to FTP for example are passed via the os and the
appropriate FTP daemon...Could you provide a copy of your compile string
and logs?  What version of Linux?  Sounds like you need to spend some
time reading and understand the docs...Have  you read the install,
config and run docs?
John


Broming plutonium wrote:

>Hi everyone,
>
>Is anyone here running the UNIX version of Apache
>2.0.52 (that you compiled yourself) on a Linux
>machine? I am, and there are a lot of problems.
>Proxying doesn't work; authentication doesn't work;
>headers don't work...
>
>Let's talk about proxying first. Whenever I put
>"ProxyRequests On" in httpd.conf, Apache wouldn't
>start/restart. It said it doesn't understand
>ProxyRequests.
>
>As for authentication, whenever I try to start
>htpasswd or htdigest, it always says "error while
>loading libraries: libssl.so.4: cannot open shared
>object file: No such file or directory".
>
>OK about the headers...whenever I add "Header..." to
>httpd.conf, Apache wouldn't start. Same story here--it
>doesn't understand what "Header" means.
>
>I'm guessing that the reason these features don't work
>is because I didn't have enough programs when
>compiling the source code. I did notice a lot of no's
>when running
>./configure. What programs do I need to compile Apache
>properly?
>
>Also, how do I uninstall Apache if I've deleted the
>source directory?
>
>
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