Hello there, ... Just those? ... Are you sure about that? ... This is why I ask. ... You said openssh and openssl - not Apache. I believe the Apache supplied
Jan 28, 2004
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On Wed, 28 Jan 2004, Paul Prinsloo (TEBiVO) wrote:
> I've recently tried to upgrade both the openssl and openssh packages on
> my system (Red Hat 9 OS).
> All installations went without hiccups
Are you sure about that?
> when I tried starting up the httpd daemon after a system reboot, the
> following error message occurred:
> Cannot load /etc/httpd/modules/mod_perl.so into server:
This is why I ask.
> Part of the upgrade process was installing Apache Server 1.3.27.
You said openssh and openssl - not Apache.
I believe the Apache supplied with RH9 is version 2, you seem to have
messed things up by installing a version 1 Apache which probably isn't
what you were meant to do.
There are two ways to proceed now, either version 1 of Apache and
version 1 of mod_perl, or version 2 of Apache and version 1.99 of
mod_perl (which is what they're calling version 2 of mod_perl at the
moment - don't ask :).
Either way (versions 1 or 2), get the latest sources of both (Apache
and mod_perl) from the appropriate websites. I would recommend that
befre installing them you install Perl 5.8.3 first unless you have
already upgraded your Perl, because there are known issues with the
Perl that comes with RH9.
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