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Building and Installing Apache 2.0 Page 4
http://localhost:PORT, where PORT is the value you specified above. The page that is returned should be the index for the
htdocs/directory. The default index page is
index.html, but Apache does not install this file. Apache installs twenty-five
index.htmlfiles, each in a different language. Because Apache 2.0 does not turn Mutli-views on by default, the default configuration can not determine which file to use as the index page. To see the default start page in English, request
Setting Up Apache 2.0
Setting up Apache 2.0 is very much like setting up Apache 1.3. Everything is
controlled by the
httpd.conf file, which is plain text. There are
very few differences, but the differences are important. The biggest difference
is the number of
<IfModule ...> directives in the default
2.0 configuration file. This is important, because there is a different
<IfModule> container for each MPM. Different MPMs have
different configuration directives, so this is important. Current Apache 1.3
configuration files will only work with 2.0 if it is configured to use the
Prefork MPM. All of the other MPMs have different configuration directives, and
they remove some of the old 1.3 directives. The directives that are implemented
by the Prefork MPM are listed in the configuration snippet below. If Apache 2.0
is configured to use the MPMT_Pthread MPM then the other directives listed
below are implemented:
Hopefully after this article you will be able to download and install Apache 2.0. With a little work, it should also be possible to migrate an existing Apache 1.3 installation to an installation of the latest 2.0 alpha. If you are interested in getting a jump on Apache 2.0, there is no better time than now to jump in.
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