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Old 07-29-2003, 02:21 PM   #1
joe_stevensen
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Question Apache2 modules (none?)


I have installed Apache 2 from source on a Debian box.
I have installed PHP 4.3.2 from source also.
Everything works fine.

However, besides PHP4, there are no other modules in apache.

How can I install needed modules? I noticed in the source folder of apache that there is a folder called modules and some source for modules. Do I need to compile these, copy them over to apache's module folder and load them in httpd.conf?

If so, how am I suppossed to compile these modules?

Any help would be appreciated.
 
  


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