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From Josh Glover <>
Subject Re: Installed Apache 2.0.35
Date Wed, 01 May 2002 14:08:51 GMT
Jim Hale wrote:
> Installed the newest version and everything worked out fine except that
> I had to stop and disable httpd via the Services Control menu (RH 7.2)
> (I just added a line to rc.local to start the 2.0 Server at bootup).
> My question is, how can I make the httpd service point to Apache 2.0 so
> that I can start/stop it from the Services Control Menu instead of
> having the extra line in the rc.local file?
> I just basically wanna replace the info in the httpd service to point to
> the new server instead of the old 1.3 that was there.

I would assume that the Services Control Menu just plays around with the
stuff in /etc/init.d. If that is the case, you should be able to edit the
/etc/init.d/httpd script to call the new httpd.

Josh Glover <>

Associate Systems Administrator

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