mh at accelance.fr
Fri Dec 3 12:24:05 UTC 2004
On Fri, 3 Dec 2004 08:16:57 -0400
"Joe Polk" <listuser at javelinux.com> disait:
> Okay, I'm curious. I just installed CentOS 3.3 and did an update with
> YUM. I want to run Apache so I first checked to see if it's installed
> with rpm -q apache. Nada. Yet, in /etc/rc.d/rc3.d I see K15httpd. So I
> moved that to S15httpd and started it up. It's up. Goto the default
> page and it's running. So....if it's not showing up in rpm queries,
> how is/was it installed?
lol, you did 'rpm -q apache' , while apache package's name is 'httpd' !
i advice you to *not* modify boot scripts in /etc/rc.d/rcX.d by hand,
because this is automaticaly handled by 'chkconfig' ( the command ) and
it's removed/installed by RPM installations.
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