Re: Apache, Apache-SSL
On Wed, Dec 30, 1998 at 10:47:53AM -0500, Randy Edwards wrote:
: Does the non-us SSL version of Apache also require the non-SSL package or
: is it a standalone replacement for Apache?
[remco@oloon:~]$ dpkg --print-avail apache-ssl
Maintainer: Christoph Martin <email@example.com>
Depends: libc6, libgdbmg1, libssl09, mime-support, perl, ssleay (>=
0.9.0-1), libssl09 (>= 0.9.0), apache-common (>= 1.3.3)
Suggests: apache-doc, lynx
Conflicts: apache-modules, php3 (<= 3.0.3-1), libapache-mod-perl (<=
Description: Versatile, high-performance HTTP server with SSL support
The most popular server in the world, Apache features a modular
design and supports dynamic selection of extension modules at runtime.
Some of its strong points are its range of possible customization,
dynamic adjustment of the number of server processes, and a whole
range of available modules including many authentication mechanisms,
server-parsed HTML, server-side includes, access control, CERN httpd
metafiles emulation, proxy caching, etc. Apache also supports multiple
This version includes SSL support for secure transactions.
Separate Debian packages are available for PHP3, mod_perl, Apache
and other common extensions. More information is available at
In other words, it needs the apache-common package (which is in main).