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Is it necessary to use the CPANEL SEA build of apache?

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by cirrusrex, Mar 4, 2002.

  1. cirrusrex

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    Is it possible to just compile and install my own apache/php/mod_perl/mod_ssl/mod_gzip stuff and use that instead of the cpanel sea? It seems that cpanel only needs to know that apache is in /usr/local/apache and that it has access to the apache config file.

    Can I do this without having any funky cpanel problems?

    Thanks,
    -matt
     
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  2. bdraco

    bdraco Guest

    [quote:730f6b43c3][i:730f6b43c3]Originally posted by cirrusrex[/i:730f6b43c3]

    Is it possible to just compile and install my own apache/php/mod_perl/mod_ssl/mod_gzip stuff and use that instead of the cpanel sea? It seems that cpanel only needs to know that apache is in /usr/local/apache and that it has access to the apache config file.

    Can I do this without having any funky cpanel problems?

    Thanks,
    -matt[/quote:730f6b43c3]

    Make sure to use the suexec and frontpage patched from buildapache.sea
     
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