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From rocio mejia <chiocj...@yahoo.es>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2.10 doesnt upgrade
Date Mon, 17 Nov 2008 21:33:57 GMT
hola jorge
uso el apachectl command. esta mal?

--- El dom, 16/11/08, Jorge Ramirez <motiyo_2000@yahoo.com> escribió:
De: Jorge Ramirez <motiyo_2000@yahoo.com>
Asunto: Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2.10 doesnt upgrade
Para: users@httpd.apache.org
Fecha: domingo, 16 noviembre, 2008 11:15

rocio 

search for the httpd  file. if you have 2 versions of apache, you should have 2 httpd files.
When you start apache, do you run the apache httpd damon or you use the apachectl command?

From: rocio mejia <chiocjava@yahoo.es>
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Sent: Friday, November 14, 2008 4:32:28 PM
Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2.10 doesnt upgrade


It's from Finkproject website what I wrote about MAC versions .
I did check for httpd/apachectl  and , yes, I have more than one but I made sure no httpd
process    were running and when upgrading apache and pass the apache path with ./configure
-prefix /sw/etc/apache2.

By the way, I want to uninstall all my apache, any command  that do a clean uninstallation?
thanks 

--- El sáb, 15/11/08, Evan Platt <evan@espphotography.com> escribió:
De: Evan Platt <evan@espphotography.com>
Asunto: Re: [users@httpd] Apache
 2.10 doesnt upgrade
Para: users@httpd.apache.org
Fecha: sábado, 15 noviembre, 2008 1:04

rocio mejia wrote:
> could it be /because I have OSX 10.3.9 and only supports
 up to
apache2.0.59?
> 
I don't know.. Is that from Mac's website or is that stated on
Apache's website? If that were the case, you'd have different problems
than what you're describing.

> I read this in fink page. I tried to upgrade with source files and through
fink no error msg but version doesnt change. Give me a clue ? pls
> 
Like I said, sounds like you have two (or more) copies of apache installed.
Look for httpd or apachectl in your path, find which one is currently being run,
then when you install, tell Apache what directory to install to.

Sounds like you're running apache from one directory, but when you're
installing, you're installing to a different
 directory.

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