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Old 01-31-2008, 02:23 PM   #1
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Apache and Slackware question

Hey guys,

I just did a fresh install of Slackware-current on my PC, and it came preinstalled with apache. (which works fine), I then upgraded to php5 through slackpkg which also worked. Now when I went to to start making php work with apache, I am told to edit my httpd.conf file which is no where to be found! I did a find / httpd.conf, but nothing comes up. I do like how slackpkg makes it easy to install packages, but I can never seem to go along with configuration and such on web sites. Any suggestions?
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Have a look in /etc/httpd. You'll find all your Apache configuration files there.


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