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

On Mon, Sep 19, 2005 at 09:13:31AM -0700, Jared Hall wrote:
> In a way, I guess that this means httpd.conf is obsolete, since
> apache2.conf only includes httpd.conf... but that's more a matter of
> perspective.  httpd.conf needs to be there for apt to properly install
> php5 (because it won't stick the "line LoadModule php5_module
> /usr/lib/apache2/modules/libphp5.so" into mods-enabled or
> apache2.conf), 

If you are using the unstable php5 package, I'd suggest filing a bug so
it behaves as the other apache modules do.

> PS  I don't see why people who want more organization could have just
> done all this on their own without all that fancy reprogramming Debian
> did.  Perhaps these changes to httpd configuration actually make httpd
> run more efficiently (less information being included at certain
> times)? code consolidation = efficiency.

I very much doubt it.

Jon Dowland

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