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From "Ivan Barrera A." <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Recompliing Apache, no found
Date Fri, 19 Aug 2005 17:04:43 GMT
Sean Gonsman wrote:
>> 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)
> I did this and still no modules were installed.  Do I have to unistall
> first?
> ./configure --prefix=/etc/httpd --enable-module=so --enable-http
> --with-layout=RedHat
> --enable-mods-shared=mod_ssl,mod_python,libphp4,mod_perl,mod_auth_mysql,mod_access,mod_auth,mod_auth_anon,mod_auth_dbm,mod_auth_digest,mod_ldap,mod_auth_ldap,mod_include,mod_log_config,mod_env,mod_mime_magic,mod_cern_meta,mod_expires,mod_deflate,mod_headers,mod_usertrack,mod_setenvif,mod_mime,mod_dav,mod_status,mod_autoindex,mod_asis,mod_info,mod_dav_fs,mod_vhost_alias,mod_negotiation,mod_dir,mod_imap,mod_actions,mod_speling,mod_userdir,mod_alias,mod_rewrite,mod_proxy,mod_proxy_ftp,mod_proxy_http,mod_proxy_connect,mod_cache,mod_suexec,mod_disk_cache,mod_file_cache,mod_mem_cache,mod_cgi

php is not a module from apache source.
is another software.

I insist. As you are a newbie , you should install using yum.

> -Sean

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