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From Benjamin <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] user and group thru configure
Date Tue, 15 Mar 2005 11:03:46 GMT
Yep. I got that.

I just wanted to know if u cud specify that in an option to configure, 
like in Apache 1.3

Now I have to manually edit httpd.conf.

thanx .

Eimantas Vaičiūnas wrote:

>I just wanted to say, that not all MPMs support User/Group directives. And if 
>u configure and compile apache with MPM that supports those directives you 
>have to specify them in httpd.conf file anyway.
>On Tuesday 15 March 2005 09:05, Benjamin wrote:
>>Hey thanks Eimantas,
>>Read abt the MPMs.
>>I am using Linux, Redhat -9.
>>SO i guess, even if i dint specify the mpm option dring configure, it
>>wud pick prefork as the MPM, which is wot i want.
>>So, do I have to specify the User/Group  directive when I cconfigure for
>>make?? or is it when I start the server?
>>Theres no mention of using the User/Group directive with configure.
>>Do i have to configure like
>>./configure --prefix=<prefix>   --with-mpm=prefork  User=<username>


Benjamin Jacob.

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