* Marius Kirschner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [0456 20:56]: > > * Marius Kirschner <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [0413 20:13]: > > > So in order ensure the most backward compatibility it's better to > > > stick with 1.39? > > > > It depends what you use. mod_ruby, mod_php4, mod_perl and > > mod_fastcgi are ok. > > mod_dav and mod_ssl are now builtins. That's all I use. > > > > You don't gain an awful lot from 2, I just wanted it for > > SubVersion, which isn't available for apache 1.3. > > > > Don't know about python, you'd have to check. > > Yes, mod_phyton and frontpage extension (sigh!) are the only other concerns. > I don't really need to go with 2, but thought that this might be a good > opportunity to make the switch.
Looks like they're both in, so give it a whirl... I 'upgraded' my (fairly complex) 1.3 install to 2 by just feeding httpd.conf to apache2 and tweaking it until it stopped puking. I only had to change : BindAddress/Port -> Listen drop ServerType remove an SSLLog directive -- Pascal, n.: A programming language named after a man who would turn over in his grave if he knew about it. Rasputin :: Jack of All Trades - Master of Nuns _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"