Moving to apache2
marius at agoron.net
Tue Apr 20 12:12:19 PDT 2004
So in order ensure the most backward compatibility it's better to stick with
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> [mailto:owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org] On Behalf Of Dick Davies
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> To: Marius Kirschner
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> Subject: Re: Moving to apache2
> * Marius Kirschner <marius at agoron.net> [0459 17:59]:
> > I just set up a new 4.9 box and want to install Apache2
> instead of 1.39.
> > However, I noticed there is no "apache2-ssl" (or modssl).
> How is that
> > part being handled now? And what about the various mods (like php,
> > python, etc), do they work the same for 2 as for 1.3x? Thanks,
> php4 is stable under apache2 if you don't use threads.
> otherwise it might hurt.
> In general, there are less modules for 2 than 1.3. So I'd
> check beforehand.
> What I've done, of course, is total garbage.
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