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I have apache server in my local network installed from apt-get install apache2, but my php version is old version and I divided to make compile the apache and add php5.4 module.I want compile this apache from source code httpd-2.4.10 version, my ./configure this:

./configure --prefix=/usr/local/apache2  --enable-so --sysconfdir=/etc/httpd/conf

this work for default apache webserver, but my vhosts don't work, they are status 403 "dont forbidden access".
not want to do different from apache in apt-get install, but I want apache and PHP lasts releases from my server.

How to make vhosts config in apache compiled from source code httpd-2.4.10, i need resolve this "problem" for my environment.

posted Jan 20, 2015 by anonymous

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