Greetings, I am setting up a new CentOS 7 server in order to migrate an old server (running CentOS6) and shut the latter down. On the old server, I had the standard httpd package from official repos. Due to how packages from official pre-configured repos lagged behind, I am thinking of using the httpd24-httpd package from SCL. However, judging from what I can read in the manual, and from my past experience running the old server, I am wondering whether ISPConfig (3.1.13 at this time) can operate on a different httpd installation than the default one. In particular, default httpd has its configuration in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf whereas httpd24-httpd adds a prefix to all standard relevant paths, for instance /opt/rh/httpd24/root/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf, even though the rest seems identical (for instance, I can still run apachectl status and it'll report the status of the non-default Apache, i.e. the one from SCL). Is it possible to use a non-default installation of httpd with ISPConfig? If someone has tried this or has an answer, please, share it. Thank you!