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Apache Guide: Configuring Your Apache Server Installation Page 3
Configuration.apaci, you'll see the configuration options that you entered, converted into a format that is usable by
Configure. You can manually change any of these options to modify the configuration, and then rerun
Configureto make the makefiles again, like so:
./Configure -file Configuration.apaci
This is particularly useful if you want to experiment with different build
configurations. Or, as in my case, if you need to support several different
customers, and want to mirror their Apache installation as closely as possible.
You can simply save several different versions of your
Configuration file, and then rebuild using the one that you like.
The format of the
Configuration files is fairly
self-explanatory, and they are heavily commented, which should help you figure
out what you need to do. Also, read the file
INSTALL, also located
The complete resource on using
README.configure, which is in the top directory when you unpack
the Apache source tarball. It gives you all the available commandline options,
and gives a few examples of common configurations.
And for more information about
INSTALL in the
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