Okay figured it out.  I'm an idiot, that was the problem.

I did "/usr/sbin/httpd stop"  "/usr/sbin/httpd start"

I should have done "/etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd stop"  "/etc/rc.d/init.d/httpd

Realized my error when it worked after a reboot.


"Mike Frazer" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Okay, I finally decided to upgrade to 4.1.1.  I did a double compile, one
> for the binary and one for the dynamic module (seen this done a few
> I followed the steps in the INSTALL file *exactly*, restarted Apache, but
> the version is still reporting as 4.0.1, not 4.1.1.  I checked the date on
> libphp4.so and it is today's date.  I checked the httpd.conf and it's
> referencing that file.  I copied the new php.ini-dist to /etc/php.ini
> is where Redhat apparently puts its php.ini file.  phpinfo() shows that as
> being the location.  Everything is there in the right place but I still am
> showing the wrong version.
> I copied the binary to where the old binary was and checked the version,
> it's showing up correctly as 4.1.1.
> Any ideas?
> Mike Frazer

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