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just installed centos 6, where did the HTTP CONFIGURATION TOOLS disapeared?

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i just installed centos 6, where did the HTTP CONFIGURATION TOOLS disapeared?
it's the GUI interface to configure apache, it's was there in Centos 5.6 but cant find it now in the reposidories, do i need to add one?
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by:Papertrip
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Do you mean the package named 'apacheconfig' ?
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by:ymg800
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hmm, dont thinks so, it's s GUI tool

here the screenshot of the package information from centos 5, but cant find it in centos 6:

 cap
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by:Papertrip
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Looks like that package hasn't been maintained for a few years.  Check out webmin instead.
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by:ymg800
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hmm..so no way i cant install it?
how do u know it hanst been maintained?
thx
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by:Papertrip
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Yes you could do a few things to install it, but seriously it's not a wise choice to use an app to do what you want that hasn't been maintained since 2005.  It is no longer in the repo for a reason.

Webmin is the popular current choice for what you want, check it out.
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by:ymg800
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i didnt check it out when used debian, and it's good, probbly much better.

just wondering , how do u know it's not maintained since 2005? because it's was remove from repo?
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I came across a copy of it while searching what you were talking about, but actually I typo'd that and meant 2007.  It's possible that there was some other version available 5.6, but either way -- if it was in the repo before, and not now, it's for good reason.

Good luck I hope webmin does what you want!
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by:Papertrip
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I should clarify I found a place that had several versions of it, and the latest was from 2007.  Educated guess says that was the latest revision, but as I mentioned there could have been some other updated version which you used on your old 5.6 install.
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