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I need to get mod_ssl, mod_perl and jserv working on a Linux Redhat 6.1 box running Apache 1.3.6.

Can somebody give me the answer on how to compile mod_ssl to incorporate mod_perl and mod_jserv into the apache source?
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scottr12 earned 100 total points
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Compile Apache with dso.  Then you will be able to dynamically load them through the config file.

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by:barrero
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Why are you using mod_ssl is ti not better to use directly apache_ssl?

for the other modules.... scottr12 answer is rigth.
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by:benson031397
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Dear sir,

When I try to install mod_jserv by typing ./configure,
it also said that cannot find the apxs.  However, the apxs file has been installed well in /usr/local/apache/bin/apxs.

Would you tell me what the problem is?

I am installing jserv into Sparc/Solaris 7 and RedHat 6.1

Thanks!

Benson
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