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Re: Apache2: httpd.conf or apache2.conf?

Well, as I pointed out, the README file ins't very clear in its
description of httpd.conf.  It just says "empty file".

On 9/19/05, Ross Boylan <RossBoylan@stanfordalumni.org> wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 19, 2005 at 08:26:37AM +0200, Kjetil Kjernsmo wrote:
> > On mandag 19 september 2005, 06:53, Steve Dondley wrote:
> > > The README file that came with Debian doesn't cover the difference
> > > between the httpd.conf file and the apache2.conf file. Is the
> > > httpd.conf file basically obsolete? 
> See /etc/apache2/README.  It's pretty clear about where to put
> things, namely in an appropriate subdirectory (conf.d, mods-available,
> sites-available).  If you put snippets in the appropriate directories you'll
> probably have an easier time dealing with upgrades.  If you modify the
> main apache2.conf then you'll probably get a question about what you
> want to do every time the packaged version of that file changes.
> Too bad the documentation for ssl under Debian Apache isn't similar.
> Ross Boylan

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