I am currently running Redhat 9.0 and performed a basic installation, and deselected what appeared to be any apps related to Apache. However after completing the installation there appeared to be still remains of Apache that worked as well.
So I proceeded to install “XAMPP Linux 1.4” that defaulted to /opt directory. Now I noticed that I now have two versions of Apache (httpd-2.0.4-21 and the version that came with XAMPP). The installation was a success and tested both versions of Apache by stopping one and starting the other.
Problem: I am trying to install SubVersion (functions likes CVS) that requires Apache 2.0.48 that comes with XAMPP but it doesn’t recognize or finds it. It just simply says it requires Apache 2.0.48.
Question: Should there be two different copies of Apache installed? If not how do I remove the original? It appears that Webmin targets the original Apache httpd-2.0.4-21, is there away to retarget Webmin to XAMPP Version of Apache?
I assumed that SubVersion isn’t really your problem but curious why it didn’t recognize the current version of Apache that comes with XAMPP. If you have any insight it would be much appreciated.
Thank you for all your work on XAMPP and I like your website as well.