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From Dan McCullough <M...@rocketmail.com>
Subject Re: [ Apache / Tomcat ]
Date Mon, 25 Aug 2003 12:55:26 GMT
Thanks,  thats what I was thinking.  I am now going around and building from source.
--- John Turner <tomcat-user@johnturner.com> wrote:
> Dan McCullough wrote:
> 
> > I have not ever had any problems doing Tomcat/Apache/JDBC/MySQL/SSL, except these
last few
> times
> > at it has been problems with corupt downloads and incompatible mod_jk, and its a
pain trying
> to
> > find any mod_jk.  So if you find it make sure it is compatiable with your version
of Apache,
> or it
> > wont work.
> > 
> > BTW has anyone seen the verison for Apache 2.0.40?
> 
> You have to build it from source.  The only binaries you will find on 
> the Jakarta site are binaries built against standard Apache 
> distributions.  Red Hat's Apache says it is "2.0.40" but it is 
> not...what it really means is that it is 2.0.40 with patches applied 
> from later releases that RH feels are needed.  RH does not update the 
> version number, nor can you be really sure that they've applied the 
> fixes (.41 through .47) correctly.  Thus, "Apache 2.0.40" in a Red Hat 
> context equals "Our version of Apache which we call 2.0.40 which may or 
> may not be equal to any other standard Apache distribution".  I think 
> you'd have to install the httpd-source RPM and diff it against the 
> Apache 2.0.47 source to really figure out what's different or if they 
> are identical.  I don't know of anyone who has done that...it's much 
> easier to just download Apache and build it...takes about 90 seconds on 
> a P3.
> 
> So, the answer to your question: build it from source.
> 
> John
> 
> 
> 
> 
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