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Jeff D wrote:
 
> I've swapped in an Ubuntu disk, and I can say that Apache 2.2.4 & BerkeleyDB
> 4.6.19 install just fine on Ubuntu right out of the box.

There are security advisories against Apache 2.2.4.  You should be using 2.2.6
instead. See: 

   http://httpd.apache.org/security/vulnerabilities_22.html

The ports system had the security fixes for Apache22 in place on the 9th
September, only two days after apache-2.2.6 was released by the Apache
foundation.

Now, there isn't a compelling reason to use any particular version of BDB
over any other with apache -- it simply doesn't need any of the new
transactional capabilities or anything like that.  Hence the way the
updates have been prioritized.

        Cheers,

        Matthew

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