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running httpd on apache 1.3.14 (in unix)

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Hi,
I have apache 1.3.9 installed and working fine.
My httpd.config, srm.config and access.config are fine.

I tried to upgrade the upgrade the apache (for solrais 2.6) by using httpd and apachectl files from the new version (1.3.14).

Unfortunately, I got problem when it test my configuration files (apacheclt configtest is not passing correctly). I got the following exception:
bin/httpd syntax error at line 1: `(' unexpected

Do u have any suggestion what cane cause it ?

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Question by:offirb
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How do you upgrade you Apache?   Do you build from scratch?  Download the precompiled binaries, or just copy over from somebody's machine.

i would suspect that you either copy the program from another machine to yours, or maybe download a wrong version.

..need more info.
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