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Installation of Apache 2.2.16 on HP-UX in 64 bit Mode

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Could anyone help in installaing Apache 2.2.16 on HP-UX in 64 bit mode. HP-UX is already loaded with gcc compiler which is 32 bit. Kindly advice to go about it..
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hello, this site has a lot of prebuilt HP packages, they have Apache as well. Maybe this is what you need: http://hpux.connect.org.uk/hppd/hpux/Networking/WWW/apache2-2.4.1/
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