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Date: Sat, 31 Mar 2012 13:38:28 +0300
From: Nikola Nikov <>
Subject: Re: GSOC packetfence Lamp stack

What is the reason of choosing apache 1.3?

Nikola Nikov

On 3/31/2012 1:35 PM, Mesut Can Gürle wrote:
> Hello,
> I installed Openwall both on virtualbox and a phsycal machine. I 
> prepared Lamp (apache, php and mysql) packages. I build them on 
> Openwall 3. These packages can be accessible from 
> I get them from Croco's repo and 
> rebuild for Openwall 3. I get fimiliar with Openwall, read a lot in 
> wiki and get some experience with Openwall. Now I am working on 
> apache2 package but having troubles with its dependencies( apr, 
> apr-util). I prepared SRPM's for lastest version of Lamp stack. I can 
> build source (configure, make, make install) but I have some troubles 
> with packaging. I am working on it. This time I am confused about this 
> subject. Would it be better for me to prepare latest versions of LAMP 
> stack packages or would it be better if I prepare an interface for 
> "control". Also I am open for suggestions gor GSOC. Thanks in advance.
> -- 
> Best regards,
> Mesut Can Gürle

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