RE: redhat-config-httpd question
From: Paul Crossman (pcrossma_at_orange.us)
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2004 12:02:07 -0400 To: "General Red Hat Linux discussion list" <email@example.com>
I have found that this particular tool is more pain than pleasure. All
the options are not there and it can screw up your Apache config in a
bad way. I recommend getting your hands on the original config file and
performing edits by hand with your favorite text editor.
It's not as flasy or now or cool, but it does get the job done.
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> Subject: redhat-config-httpd question
> Does anyone have experience with the redhat-config-httpd (or
> system-config-httpd)? I'm having some issues with it. Like I change
> error logs in the gui, but the configuration file doesn't seem to
> change, the configuration file itself seems to be munged (enough
> at the beginning to make vi puke, so I have to more the file to look
> it), but readable by httpd, etc. It seems basically junk to me.
> Am I doing something incredibly wrong or is this tool simply
> I have many installations of apache built from source, but was hoping
> that RedHat would make my job easier for me. I know the DNS tool is
> broken too. I wish they wouldn't even offer the tool(s) if it didn't
> Sorry for being so negative and thanks for any pointers...
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