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solaris 2.6 x86 apache software

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Where can I find  Apache 1.3 software compiled for solaris 2.6 for x86 system?
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by:obkb
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Have you tried the O'Reilly and Associates Appache book. It comes with a CD that has a bunch of pre-compiled binaries on it.
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by:albberat
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 unixdude, can't you compile it? it is easy. just follow the directions. source is in www.apache.org. to make apache run you need "root" access. do you have such one?
 
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Here you go.  I agree that you should just compile it yourself, but here's a source you should be able to trust somewhat.

http://www.apache.org/dist/binaries/solaris/
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