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How to: mod_usertrack for cooking tracking in Apache 1.33

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by kickedmydog, Dec 2, 2005.

  1. kickedmydog

    kickedmydog Well-Known Member

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    This is such a newb question, it's been so long since I touched Apache.

    How do you install mod_usertrack properly?

    Surprised this isn't enabled by default.
     
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    kickedmydog Well-Known Member

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    Figured out

    Thanks DevShed!Generic Approach to add modules
    Generic Instructions
    Build and install a third-party Apache module, say mod_foo.c, into its own DSO mod_foo.so outside of the Apache source tree:
    Build and install via apxs: $ cd /path/to/3rdparty
    $ apxs -c mod_foo.c
    $ apxs -i -a -n foo mod_foo.so
     

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