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From Tony Stevenson <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Moving Apache Binary
Date Fri, 16 Nov 2007 09:36:59 GMT

You have two real options here:

1) Rebuild apache with the correct binary path int he ./configure script
2) Use a symlink

I would personally go with option 1, but I just tried to avoid symlinks 
all over the place.


Desai Sunil Kumar wrote:
> Hi All,
>        I have built Apache binary by specify path /home/xyz/apache in 
> Linux. I want to just copy the binary folder to some other location 
> for example /home/abc/apache. Then I tried executing httpd, I got 
> library error not able to find and under the 
> original path. Now is there a way to execute httpd by just moving the 
> Apache binary folder.
>         Please let me know.
> Reg
> Sunil Desai
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