On Thu, 27 Apr 2000, It appears McDaid, Aaron said.......
> Why is it bothering to read srm.conf. I couldn't find an
> option in the man page to ignore it
> PS: my /home/http/httpd.conf is:
Presumeably because when the binary was compiled it was told to find
srm.conf in $PREFIX/conf, which on a default redhat install would be
Why not just d/l the source and compile that ? Much easier! :)
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