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    mod_layout Install

    I just recently purchased a VPS, and as you can imagine, I have very little experience working with Apache. So far, I've got shell down, and a bit of httpd.conf, but the rest baffles me. So, I was wondering if you guys could help me out concerning these questions:

    1) Some people have told me that there are multiple versions of mod_layout, each made seperately for Apache 1.3 and 2.0, but I only see one version to download at the mod's homepage (tangent.org). Is it true that there are two different versions?
    2) Should I unzip mod_layout-3.2.1-1.i386.rpm before uploading it?
    3) Where should I put the files in the mod_layout zip? The root Apache directory? Upload? Libexec?
    4) After that, what do I run in shell? I think I have apxs and that one DSO or whatever thing.
    5) After that, what do I add in httpd.conf? I’m assuming I add the LoadModule directive? What do I add after the plain “LoadModule” part? mod_layout.so?
    6) And anything else I should know for the installation.

    Thanks a bunch, and sorry if this is the wrong forum!

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    if its the RPM it would be

    wget http://www.tangent.org/download/mod_...2.1-1.i386.rpm

    rpm -ihv mod_layout-3.2.1-1.i386.rpm


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    We tried layout for free hosting service and it worked great..

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    Smile

    Yes there are two and one for apache 1.x and other is for 2.x

    If I remember correctly, mod_layout 3.x is for apache 1 and mod_layout 4.x is for apache 2

    And as always, you should compile and install it from source rather than from rpms. This is because you can use different options and rpms are not optimized for your specific processors ~

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