Re: Apache2: httpd.conf or apache2.conf?
Kjetil Kjernsmo wrote:
Yick. I wouldn't delete the httpd.conf file. Other software that you
install may want to modify the httpd.conf file, which is why it's there
for "backward compatibility." I would bet that none of the debian
packages will modify this file, but if you want to install a package
that isn't the debian distrobution, often they will try to make
modifications to the httpd.conf file. And this would definitely be true
for commercial packages (e.g. coldfusion).
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?
I haven't had time to look into it at depth, but I think the answer is
yes. I've got everything in apache2.conf file, friends said it should
be there, and independently at work, they've deleted httpd.conf
entirely. So, that's the safest bet, I think.