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Re: Securing it properly



On Sat, 7 Feb 2004 15:56:46 -0500
Brett Carrington <brettcar@segvio.org> wrote:

> On Sat, Feb 07, 2004 at 09:48:56PM +0100, Henrik Johansson wrote:
> > Why is the standard webserver Apache 1.3
> > and not 2.0? I thought it was stable.
> If you want to run 2.0 use the package 'apache2'. Because of the
> many changes between the 1.3 tree and 2.0 of apache, Debian has
> put apache2 in it's own package. This is good because 1.3 is still
> being maintained and it doesn't require 1.3 users to upgrade to the
> different paradigm of 2.0.

This will not work in Woody. Apache2 is in Unstable and/or Testing, for
Debian.

As to why it did not make it in to Stable (Woody), a stable release
wasn't ready when Woody went into 'feature-freeze'.

Jacob

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