EasyApache takes many precautions to ensure a build will be successful prior to switching your Apache to a build, for example, that supports mod_deflate (or mod_gzip in Apache 1.x).If things gets messed up, can we ask our data center to Undo this? Is that an easy process?
If you select Previously Saved Config (** DEFAULT **) before proceeding with the customizing, the settings displayed will reflect your current Apache installation.Looks like easyapache is looking to bring us from apache 1.3 to 2.X. What implications are there? I believe we had to turn on some global function for our old php scripts to work. Will going from 1.3 to 2 break anything potentially? How do we prevent / minimize breakage?
Click on "Start Customizing based on profile." Then keep clicking "Next Step" until you get to Step 5. Then on the Step 5 screen, click "Exhaustive Options List" and check the box for mod_gzip under Apache (if you're using Apache 1.3, if you're using Apache 2.0 or later, it will show as mod_deflate). Then click "Save and Build" at the bottom of that page.Thanks for the prompt reply David. Can you provide more info on the entire process?
On the first screen, should we click on Build Profile Now or Start Customizing based on Profile? Essentially, we want to turn on gzip and I understand that EasyApache is the way to do this? An detailed info on how to do this would be greatly appreciated!
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