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Old 16th May 2008
Rhadamanthos Rhadamanthos is offline
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Default FreeBSD 6.2 w/HTTPD2.2.8

So although I'm fairly a newb at this I do know a bit of how to get around. I've been able to get FreeBSD 6.2 installed. I've been able to get SSH working with a sysadmin account for remote access. I've have downloaded two versions of Apache, 1.3, and 2.2. I would like to just use 2.2 which I think I think I have installed. One thing I'm looking for is how to edit the /etc/rc.conf file to allow apache/httpd to startup. If i go to /usr/local i have an -apache2- folder and an -httpd-2.2.8- folder. WHich i think both came from the HTTPD-2.2.8.tar.gz install. I can manually start up httpd if i go into the /usr/local/httpd-2.2.8/ directory. Is there a way i can find what ports are installed, and what name they reference in rc.conf? For example when i downloaded Apache1.3 it said to use apachect1 start, but now they say use apache2_enable="YES".
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