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where is httpd.conf in slackware 9.0 it doesnt seem to be in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf where it is on redhat 9. can someone help thanks...
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    httpd.conf


    where is httpd.conf in slackware 9.0
    it doesnt seem to be in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf where it is on redhat 9. can someone help thanks
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    I think:
    /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf
    or
    /usr/local/apache2/conf/httpd.conf

    but my apache is custom compiled.

    Jason

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    Maybe its in this directory /etc/apache or /etc/apache2

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    The easies way I have found in finding file is to use th following from the cmd line: find -name filename.txt

    This is run from the / dir so it will search all dir./subs's and will take a few minutes accceptings wildcard charactors as well. i.e. find -name filename* would still find filename.txt and any variation of "filename".
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    or "locate httpd.conf"

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    There was a downside to "locate" although I can't remember what it was, find -name's downside is time to process because it does a real time search of all dir's vs the "locate" method which works but does work differently.

    "Locate" uses a temp datebase or something so anything new may not be picked up or something like that which is why its faster. J if you rememer if you could shed some light on the differences since my mind is very foggy on it.
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    well... i have a deafult apache install on slack 9.0... and its in /etc/apache/

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    well i guess i should have looked alittle more. o and the reason i had asked is i couldnt get locate to work something about the slocate.db is missing or something. and find jst wouldnt find it i dont know. it was odd. i will try tonite. i was jst used to it being in /etc/httpd directory not /etc/apache directory. thank for the help guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by big_k105
    o and the reason i had asked is i couldnt get locate to work something about the slocate.db is missing or something.
    to fix that, try running "updatedb".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar
    to fix that, try running "updatedb"
    ... as root
    \"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.\"
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