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Old 11-28-2003, 06:33 PM   #1
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Do multiple versions of Apache on one machine affect each other?


I am interested in installing a newer version of Apache onto my RedHat9 machine, and in doing so, compile it with more module support than my existing version. I want to do it this way to avoid recompiling the working version and somehow screwing it up.

I arrived at this point because I am trying to integrate Tomcat with Apache and apparently, my working version of Apache was not built with APXS.

The Apache out of the box is in /etc/httpd. Is it possible to install a new version in /usr/local/apache2 without any compilation affecting the old version and files that it uses?--in case of a need to rollback.

Thanks in advance.
 
  


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