[CentOS] Error on starting apache server

Fri Mar 9 17:04:49 UTC 2007
Joshua Gimer <jgimer at gmail.com>

 From a security perspective I am not going to be held waiting for Red Hat
to release a new version or patch. I install primary packages from source,
this allows ME to decide when I want to install a new version. It also
allows me to have more control of the features that I am installing with a
package, not the ones that others have decided to be useful.

Some people prefer the upstream approach, I personally do not. Just my
opinion, this is the advice that I give to even our Junior sys admins. The
attackers that actually know what they are doing, know that people wait for
a patches from the vendor; these are the people that I am worried about
recieving attacks from.

hmmm... telling someone to compile programs from
> source, isn't that like telling them to shoot their
> own foot with their sever? Especially when they are
> having this much troubles with rpm in the first place.
> Sorry i do not get the logic behind that advice!
> Steven
> --
> Thx
> Joshua Gimer
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