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[nycphp-talk] upgrading apache

Matthew Zimmerman mz34 at nyu.edu
Mon Jan 13 17:16:43 EST 2003


thanks Dan! duh... so I can just install 2.0.43 to a default location 
and kill the older version of Apache?

I never claimed to be smart. I really like that this lists takes 
questions from people of any skill level!

Thanks

Matt

On Monday, January 13, 2003, at 04:52  PM, D C Krook wrote:

> Matt,
>
> Check to see if the older Apache isn't still up and listening on port 
> 80.
>
> If 2.0.40 is up, kill it or change it's default port in the 
> configuration
> file.
>
> -Dan
>
>
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> Just got a new server with Redhat 8.0 which as Apache 2.0.40
>>
>> I need to upgrade to 2.0.43.
>>
>> Is it difficult to do?
>>
>> I went to apache's web site, download, compiled, and installed and it
>> seemed to go ok, but when I checked to see what version of Apache was
>> running it was still 2.0.40. I gather it is because the default
>> location for files on the install were different the 2.0.40 install.
>>
>> I did specify to install in /usr/sbin, which seems to be where Red Hat
>> has apache installed.
>>
>> Obviously I don't expect to get step by step instructions from anyone
>> on here about how to upgrade Apache, but I just want to see if I am
>> over my head. I am not a hard-core hacker.
>>
>> Is there a simple way to uninstall the older version?
>>
>> Matt
>>
>>
>>
>>
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