All, I've gotten some very good answers from the knowledgable people on this list so I thought I would ask a question that I've been wondering about and maybe other people have too. I'm running a Linux 7.2 server with MySQL, Php 4.20 and Apache 1.3.24. I followed some instructions and copied each into /usr/src and installed all three into /usr/local. I used Apache 1.3.24 because I needed frontpage extensions. I'm now curious about Apache 2.0.36. Can I have two installations of Apache both with MySQL and php support? If so do I have to compile MySQL and PHP over again for the second installion of Apache? I know I'll have to change the port number on the second Apache installion. What I'm wondering is has anyone done this and, if so, what steps you used to accomplish this.
TIA - Frank Frank Miller Computer Specialist and Webmaster Technology and Distance Education Texas A&M University-Texarkana 2600 North Robison Rd Texarkana, Texas 75501 Phone: 903-223-3156 Fax: 903-223-3139 Office: 165
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