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I have checked config of apache 2.0.36 and it seems they have mod_ssl included (but wasn't able to find anything about php)
But it's weird that nowhere in apache-ssl.org, modssl.org, php.net is mentioned apache 2.0.
I've only just started on my webserver and decided to uninstall the apache 1.3 and stick on 2.0.36. there is a PHP4 mod available for it, but as mentioned above it's in alpha at the moment and I'm not clued up on all this yet so I've not got it running with the mod. And there is an ssl mod that comes with it. It's also nice and easy to install and to get up and running for a pleb like me
It must be, I came a cross of an article in Linux Mag, there is a script similar to RH's up2date which downloads available apache's modules off the net and then install them if you wish, I read it is a highly configurable, the name of the project is apache toolbox it can be found at http://www.apachetoolbox.com