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Old 07-04-2003, 05:41 PM   #1
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Unhappy Compiling Apache 2.0.46 on RH 9 !


Hi, I want to update my Apache 2.0.40 ( RH 9 ) to 2.0.46 but I didn't find the RPM's of Apache 2.0.46. So I tried do compile from de source ( from apache.org ) but then it said that were a incompatibity with de modules. After that I downloaded the the rpm package with the enteire source ( apache and modules ) but when I tried to install it found a conflit with other package cuz I didn't remove the apache 2.0.40 and when I tried to do so it found problems with the dependencies... is there a easy way to update this apache without removing everything and compiling module by module ?

If anyone knows a tutorial on this issue I'll be pleased to know about !!!
 
  


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