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Old 29th June 2008
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Default apache 2.2.8 , is it on chroot by default?

Hi,

I've just started with openbsd ....
I've seen that the default httpd is chrooted, but I need Apache 2.2.

So installed the pkg ... I see it running a s _apache2 user ... but I didn't understood if actually is under chroot or not.

Do we have to chroot it manually?.

I guess is the same for the mysql pkg right??

thanks
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