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How do I uninstall apache 1.3.6 and install 1.3.9 with DSO?

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EatEmAndSmile earned 50 total points
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You don't have to uninstall it. Just download the latest Apache source and make sure you build it with the DSO support. It's probably done in the step you run the ./configure script. Nothing that won't be commented on the docs.
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If you still want to uninstall, just run 'rpm -e apache'
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