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-- Cheers Malcolm ��� (Linux Counter #276890) Novell Knowledge Partner and open SUSE Global Moderator ASUS eee PC 1000HE GPU Mobile 945 - Gnome open SUSE 11.3 (i586) Desktop AMD X2 44 - Gnome SLED 11 SP1 (x86_64) ------------------------------------------------------------------------ malcolmlewis's Profile: t=419373 Hi, we have apache2 2.2.15-18.1 trying to go to 2.2.15-18.1. -- bmcgehee ------------------------------------------------------------------------ bmcgehee's Profile: this update-orgy since 2.0.0 used me to use Opera instead of FF.usually before i added those non supported repositories it would never have the new apache for months. We haved use FF in our Company, but we can't deploy a new version every week to 200 Windows-clients, so in our company we've decided to return to IE, ...Upgrading can sometimes cause you to lose data, particularly if you had settings in an Apache configuration file that no longer apply in Apache 2.4.If you use Apache modules, this is especially likely.-- Cheers Malcolm ��� (Linux Counter #276890) Novell Knowledge Partner and open SUSE Global Moderator ASUS eee PC 1000HE GPU Mobile 945 - Gnome open SUSE 11.3 (i586) Desktop AMD X2 44 - Gnome SLED 11 SP1 (x86_64) ------------------------------------------------------------------------ malcolmlewis's Profile: t=419373 Hi Only the channels listed for the system on the Customer Center page and/or the channels listed vi Ya ST/rug. You could check the changelog tab in Ya ST to see the updates and fixes as well. also post the output from; Code: -------------------- cat /etc/Su SE-release rpm -qa apache2 libapr1 -------------------- -- Cheers Malcolm ��� (Linux Counter #276890) Novell Knowledge Partner and open SUSE Global Moderator ASUS eee PC 1000HE GPU Mobile 945 - Gnome open SUSE 11.3 (i586) Desktop AMD X2 44 - Gnome SLED 11 SP1 (x86_64) ------------------------------------------------------------------------ malcolmlewis's Profile: To release a new buggy version every two weeks is not very professional.-- Cheers Malcolm ��� (Linux Counter #276890) Novell Knowledge Partner and open SUSE Global Moderator ASUS eee PC 1000HE GPU Mobile 945 - Gnome open SUSE 11.3 (i586) Desktop AMD X2 44 - Gnome SLED 11 SP1 (x86_64) ------------------------------------------------------------------------ malcolmlewis's Profile: t=419373 Hi Well, your going to have to ask the Build Service maintainers to fix it via a bug :( Else you would need to download a src rpm and build it all yourself..... Test your software before the release and let the user download a stable browser.

I tried downloading the tarball from the link but now that I've unzipped I'm not really sure what to do with it.When I try to update it to the newest version, I get a dependency Conflict for libapr1 and apache2-worker no installable providers... -- bmcgehee ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Is there a supported repository to go down?the repository I am using is ' Index of /repositories/Apache/SLE_10' ( What am i missing here? I do have support, but when i look for updates to apache i do not find them. t=419373 Hi That's an ' Unofficial' repository and not supported as such, not sure if they are aware of OES2.This guide explains the configuration changes needed to update a standard virtual host setup, such as the one presented here, from Apache 2.2 to Apache 2.4.These configuration updates are necessary, because a working Apache 2.2 virtual host setup will break silently when you upgrade to Apache 2.4.

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