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Installing FrontPage Extensions in Linux

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Hello,

I am trying to install FrontPage extension on a server running Mandrake Linux 9.1.  This is the error I keep getting from the script:

Where is the current apache daemon located: []/usr/sbin/httpd
Currently running Apache/Server version: Apache-AdvancedExtranetServer/1.3.27 (Mandrake Linux/8.1.91mdk)
Checking for previous versions of FrontPage Server Extensions to upgrade...
You have no previous versions of FrontPage Server Extensions installed.
There are no settings to migrate!
Unknown Apache version, aborting

I am not sure why it is aborting other than it has something to do with the response the script gets from apache.

Any ideas?
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Question still open.  I would like to get this solved.  Anyone out there that can help?  500 Points to the owner of the answer.

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I found my answer somewhere else, but I will award you the points for helping me.  Thanks!

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