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Re: [SLUG] DOWNGRADING Redhat9 and RedhatEL3 from "httpd 2" to"Apache 1.3" to install freeside
- To: The Salisburys <rojee@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [SLUG] DOWNGRADING Redhat9 and RedhatEL3 from "httpd 2" to"Apache 1.3" to install freeside
- From: Rick Welykochy <rick@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2004 17:59:01 +1000
- Cc: slug@xxxxxxxxxxx
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The Salisburys wrote:
I experienced some very bizarre and unexpected behaviour with Apache
and mod_perl when I loaded mod_perl dynamically as above. Then I
that the httpd I was using had mod_perl linked statically. Everything
cleared up when I removed the dynamic load.
how does one know whats in a RPM package :apache-1.3.27-4.i386.rpm
is mod_perl built in the one below
I cannot answer that question.
But I can suggest the following: get the Apache (httpd) up running
*without* dynamically loading mod_perl and see if it works.
Also, try th e-l option on httpd, which lists the compiled-in modules.
Finally, perhaps examine the strings out on the httpd file ... it
may indicate the presence or absence of mod_perl.
Rick Welykochy || Praxis Services
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