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Old 6th August 2007, 00:53
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Hi there,

I have an installation based on ubuntu. i need to upgrade Apache to 2.2.4 There is not .deb files so I must compile it from the sources. My question is: Which is the right procedure for do this task? I must uninstall previous Apache installlation? or can I compile it over the old one? This procedure will screwup my ISPConfig installation or not?

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I need install Symfony framework on my server, I need to do any special task on ISPConfig or I just install it trought pear?.

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Old 6th August 2007, 09:04
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First a short question, why do you need to update apache to 2.2.4. I'am not aware of any application that needs explicitely this version.
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First a short question, why do you need to update apache to 2.2.4. I'am not aware of any application that needs explicitely this version.
Because the rewrite bug in previous version.

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I think the best would be to install the Apache2 source package:
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apt-get source apache2
and rebuild it with Apache 2.2.4.
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I think the best would be to install the Apache2 source package:
Code:
apt-get source apache2
and rebuild it with Apache 2.2.4.
Which build string do you recomend me for Apache2?

What about symfony? I need any aditional configuration on ISPConfig???

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Old 7th August 2007, 21:20
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I think the best would be to install the Apache2 source package:
Code:
apt-get source apache2
and rebuild it with Apache 2.2.4.
I did the apt-get source apache2 but it downloaded version 2.2.3-3, how I must proceed for compile wih 2.2.4?

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Replace the 2.2.3-3 with the 2.2.4 sources. You might have to modify a few scripts in the /usr/src directory as well. Afterwards, you can run
Code:
dpkg-buildpackage
from the Apache src directory to build the new package.
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Quote:
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Replace the 2.2.3-3 with the 2.2.4 sources. You might have to modify a few scripts in the /usr/src directory as well. Afterwards, you can run
Code:
dpkg-buildpackage
from the Apache src directory to build the new package.
Must I uninstall the installed Apache version? or Can I do it without clean first?.

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Quote:
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Must I uninstall the installed Apache version?
No, that's not necessary.
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No, that's not necessary.
Thank you very much Falko
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