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I'm trying to set up a program called "Regulus"(www.regulus.safe.ca) to monitor ppp(dialup) connections. It requires that a virtual http server be set up and it offers an httpd.conf file. What I need to know is do I need to have apache installed to set this up, or how else can I do it. I mean where do I need to place the httpd.conf file and where is the httpd run from?
Also, if anyone has any experience with this program, or knows of a better one, please let me know.
Thank you
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Yes you have to have Apache installed. Where the http.conf file goes depends on how you install Apache (rpm, built from source). Tell me how you intend to install Apache and I can tell you where the conf file goes.
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rpm is what I'm planning. BTW, have you worked with this software? It would be great if you could help me set it up.
Thanks
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I hadn't even heard of it until I saw your question. I just looked at the site briefly and will go back and look at it in more detail later... Looks to be pretty neat stuff!

Which rpm are you planning to use for Apache?
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1.3.9-4 downloaded from Redhat's rpm database. Looks like the file goes under /etc/httpd/conf/ so that answers that question.
Thanks for your help.
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