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Re: Newbie trying to install mod_ssl

On Fri, Dec 13, 2002 at 06:42:29AM -0500, Lloyd Zusman wrote:
> "Jokke Heikkilä" <jokke.heikkila@kuva.fi> writes:
> > I've installed Woody and wanted to add mod_ssl to my apache conf. I
> > downloaded the tarball from modssl.org and unpacked. When installing the
> > mod, the installer asks for the path for my Apache source tree. Where is
> > it? I sort of thought that it would be /usr/lib/apache/src , but there's
> > no folder by that name.
> > jokke h.
> Unless you have a special need to compile mod_ssl in a non-standard way,
> I think you can avoid building it altogether.  Instead, you can just
> install the "apache-ssl" debian package, which already has SSL support
> built in.  It provides a separate "apache-ssl" executable which allows
> this ssl-enabled Apache server to run in parallel with the standard one.

Or, just 'apt-get install libapache-mod-ssl' ... mod_ssl will be added
to your Apache config and you will be able to tweak it to your heart's

Nathan Norman - Incanus Networking mailto:nnorman@incanus.net
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