On Wed, 26 Jan 2005, Mads Toftum wrote:

> On Wed, Jan 26, 2005 at 02:15:37AM -0800, ColinB wrote:
> > What is the relationship between mod_ssl for Apache 1 and Apache 2 ?
> > 
> The mod_ssl in apache2 is based on the mod_ssl for Apache 1.3, but the
> two versions are not the same module.
> > Why doesn't www.modssl.org say that it is for both Apache 1 and 2 ?
> > 
> Because it isn't. The mod_ssl available at www.modssl.org is only for
> Apache 1.3.

Just to clarify some, mod_ssl is part of apache 2 by default, you just
turn it on with configure/compile options <read the docs!> while for
apache 1.3.x it is an addon package requiring a few other steps in the
configure/compile process and additional packages to link with.


Ron DuFresne
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