RE: sources.list line to support retrieval of apache source
I originally had trouble getting apt-get to delete apache. For some reason
it refused to. I then went back to dselect and it worked fine. I have
since manually downloaded apache and am going to install it as you
mentioned. If for no other reason, storm only comes with 1.3.3 and apache
is up to 1.3.12.
I assume my manually installing apache also means apt-get will no longer
automatically update apache. This is a bummer. I happen to need 1.3.12 so
I guess I'll take care of it manually. If there is a better way, I would
love to hear it.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Dominic Blythe [mailto:Dominic.Blythe@BCPSoftware.com]
> Sent: Friday, April 28, 2000 10:50 AM
> To: Paul McHale; Debian-User
> Subject: RE: sources.list line to support retrieval of apache source
> why not just download it from apache?
> i'm not being glib, i really want to know why not,
> cos that's what i did and i'm always looking for
> better (different) ways to do things.
> >email@example.com said:
> > Does anyone know the line in sources.list for retrieving
> > apache source? In
> > the man page, it mentions adding deb-src to the line. I
> > can't seem to get
> > the syntax correct. Does anyone have an example line?
> > many thanks,
> > paul
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> > Mobile: 937-371-2828 4912 Effingham
> > Fax: 413-215-3232 Dayton, Ohio 45431
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