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From "Bjorgen T. Eatinger" <beatin...@edenhosting.net>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] How to Obtain Modules Independently?
Date Thu, 12 Oct 2006 02:16:49 GMT

Hello Ivan,

I've thought of that, but unfortunately, there are too many dependencies
already, and you cannot --force an uninstall of an RPM package.
However, you CAN force an INSTALL of a package, but I cannot find a v2.2
Apache RPM.  I could force an install of the 2.0 version that comes with
the Fedora Core 5 distribution, and then use Yum to update it, but Yum
may think that version 2.2 is installed and not update.

Also, this will not fix the fax that I do not have the mod_imap.so
module, as this module is NOT an Apache core module.

Where do I get modules by themselves?

Thank you, Jay 

-----Original Message-----
From: Ivan Barrera A. [mailto:Bruce@Ivn.cl] 
Sent: Wednesday, October 11, 2006 6:39 PM
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] How to Obtain Modules Independently?

> I have spent many hours trying to figure out where I can get these 
> modules.  I even downloaded the very latest Apache tar ball and 
> installed it (2.3) and ran through the process of installing it on my 
> machine at a different place than standard, and I still cannot find 
> those modules.  What gives here?
>  
> So the long and short of it is, where can I get these modules I need 
> and simply install them on my machine so that Apache will run again?  
> This is extremely frustrating.  Any help is so much appreciated!
>


I think the right way, would be to uninstall apache using RPM, and then
, re install it using rpm.

Something like

rpm -e httpd
and then reinstall it via yum, or with rpm's


> Sincerely, Jay
> www.edenaudio.com <http://www.edenaudio.com>


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