Peter Elsner peter at servplex.com
Tue May 27 09:00:52 PDT 2003

This might seem like a stupid question, but here goes...

I have Apache 1.3 running on my system.  It's running fine and has been for 
several years.

I find that I'm in need of also have a secure https session (as well as my 
regular web sites).
So I set out to learn about Apache13+mod_ssl.  There are tons of documents 
available, and
they are all very good.  Only problem is that none (that I can find) tell 
you how to integrate any
of the new settings.  I first went to /usr/ports/www/apache13+mod_ssl and 
did a
make && make install && make clean.

Everything worked fine, no errors at all.  New httpds.conf file was 
created.  My question
is how do I integrate it to my current httpd.conf file?  Or do I have to 
uninstall the
original apache13 first and then re-install apache13+mod_ssl ?

If I do that, will I lose my current httpd.conf settings?


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