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From "Ivan Barrera A." <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Recompliing Apache, no found
Date Fri, 19 Aug 2005 16:32:03 GMT
Sean Gonsman wrote:
> OK, so I can't change Fedora and it seems to be working fine outside of
> this problem.  I unistalled the RPM of apache and reinstalled from
> source.  Apache will start, but there are no modules to speak of.  Where
> are they located?  It looks like they were not installed.  This was my
> configure script:
> ./configure --prefix=/etc/httpd --enable-module=so --enable-ssl
> --enable-http --with-layout=RedHat
> I need php, mysql, and ssl to work.

As i said, if you are using fedora, use the stock system.

yum install httpd mysql php php-mysql mod_ssl

That will install all the rpm's you need.
If you want to compile, you should also compile the modules with
--enable-mods-shared= (a comma separated list)

> -Sean

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