2) Preparing to Install Apache
|1||Telnet/SSH into your server if you have not already.|
|2||From the shell prompt, type the following:|
tar xfz apache_xxx.tar.gz
tar xfz php-xxx.tar.gz
|3||Now we need to figure out where Apache is currently running, so we can configure the new version for the same location. Type:|
ps –efLook for a line like this:
nobody 32319 340 0 19:48 ? 00:00:00 /usr/local/etc/httpd/bin/httpd
This says Apache is installed in /usr/local/etc/httpd. This may be different on your system, if so, replace /usr/local/etc/httpd with your Apache location in the following steps.
cd /usr/local/src/apache_xxxThis will configure Apache and get ready for compiling in a later step.
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