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> Apache Setup, Module names incorrect?
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post Jan 19 2005, 05:33 AM
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Hey all,

I'm using the 2.0.51-r1 version of the apache server for linux, and find myself a bit perplexed. I'm trying to get the server to autogenerate directory indexes (using the module mod_autodir.c as asked for in the commonapache.conf file), but all of my apache modules (as found in /usr/lib/apache2/modules) have a .so suffix, instead of a .c! I've tried giving the commonapache.conf file an absolute pathway to the mod_autodir.so module, but the server either calls syntax error, or just doesn't load the module. Can anyone help? All I want is a simple autogenerated directory! Is that so much to ask?!

Thanks so much for your help in advance,
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post Jan 24 2005, 02:56 AM
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mod_autodir.c will no doubt be found in the apache 2.0.51-r1 folder you extracted, when you installed apache. You'll probally want to move that into the apache directory, and edit commonapache.conf

Either that, or updatedb && locate mod_autodir.c

.so are not source files, which is what .c is


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post Feb 11 2005, 08:52 PM
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Nope. I've got no apache related .c's on my machine. They're all shared object files. Source files apparently aren't included in a apache installation in a Gentoo emerge. Odd odd odd.

The file, by the way, isn't mod_autodir.c as I had previously stated. It's mod_autoindex.c.
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