On Wed, 01 May 2002 16:28:09 BST, Ray Dermody said:
>I am trying to upgrade our Intranet server (currently running 1.3.19) to
>Apache 2.0.35. Extracted tar.gz file. Did a ./configure, make and make
>install. Unfortunately it still loads the old httpd 1.3.19. If I rename httpd
>in /etc to httpd.old (prevently it from loading up at startup) and the
>running httpd from /usr/local/src/httpd-2.0.35/httpd it loads the new
What do you mean 'loads' the old httpd? How do you start up httpd?
[good idea for apache is to (eg you install in /usr/local) do]
make blah blah
Then make a symlink like
ln -s apache-2.0.35/ apache
so you'll just have to worry about finding apache in /usr/local/apache
for startup scripts etc.
YMMV but ye probably get the idea... it at least allows you to very
quickly revert to a working server.
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