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How to Install Apache (http) on Solaris 9

How to Install Apache (http) on Solaris 9

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How to install apache (http) on Solaris 9
1)Install the following packages in the exact sequence.libgcc-3.4.6-sol9-sparc-local.gzexpat-2.0.1-sol9-sparc-local.gzlibiconv-1.11-sol9-sparc-local.gzopenssl-0.9.8j-sol9-sparc-local.gzzlib-1.2.3-sol9-sparc-local.gzdb-4.2.52.NC-sol9-sparc-local.gzsasl-2.1.21-sol9-sparc-local.gzlibintl-3.4.0-sol9-sparc-local.gzopenldap-2.4.11-sol9-sparc-local.gzapache-2.2.11-sol9-sparc-local.gzAll packages can be found in http://www.sunfreeware.com/Hint for installing the packages:1)gzip-d package_name2)pkgadd –d package_nameIn case any of them (e.g. openssl) does not get installed (previous version exists, run pkgrm name (e.g. SMCossl)This name you can get when you try to install the package.In order to see more information (if exists, etc) before any action, go to:/usr/local/ssl/bin/ and execute ./opensslIn the new shell, type version in order to get the openssl version installed.2)For sasl2, create a soft link for the plugins (default is /usr/loca//lib/sasl2).ln –sf /usr/local/lib/sasl2 /usr/lib/sasl2 (second one does not exist)3)Put the new libraries and executables in the path:e.g. /.bashrc -> append PATH with /usr/local/apache/bin and /usr/local/ssl/bin and/usr/local/ssl/lib in your LD_LIBRARY_PATH (if exists).4)Now go to /usr/local/apache2/conf and edit the httpd.conf file to fit your local needs. Isuggest you read the files in the conf directory carefully along with some Apachedocumentation to help you do the configuration. Further, if you are going to use themod_ssl, you will have to do some further configuration. Any good book on Apacheshould have a discussion of this. If you do not need mod_ssl, you can edit httpd.conf to comment out the lines related to ssl.

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