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> Httpd Reverse Proxy, missing
post Jun 16 2004, 09:43 AM
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I'm following the instrutions on the website (give to me by Hughesjr),

and I'm missing, I only have libxml2.so2.5.10 (there is a simbolic link to it

will this do instead of ?

and I'm also missing where to get that?
[I've downloaded mod_proxy_html.c and installed httpd_devel and libtool , and I still get lots of errors
when trying to install mod_proxy_html.c , apxs -c -i mod_proxy_html.c , about symbols, and it ends with apxs:Error : Command failed with rc=65536]

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post Jun 16 2004, 03:06 PM
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Here is the article on reverse proxying (from the other post). On a whitebox machine, install this:

yum install openssl-devel openssl mod_ssl httpd httpd-devel libxml2-devel libxml2

1. Download mod_proxy_html.c from

2. Build mod_proxy_html with apxs:

apxs -c -I/usr/include/libxml2 -i mod_proxy_html.c

copy the file that is created to the modules directory (/usr/lib/httpd/modules)

3. I have a link in /usr/lib like this (on whitebox): ->

follow from the above link at the section: A Reverse Proxy Scenario

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