Solaris Package Archive -- apache 1.3.4

Solaris Package Archive

apache 1.3.4

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What is it
Apache is a web server, or a httpd. It's actually the most popular one on the internet today, most of the web runs on it. If you want to know more about it then please visit the apache web site.

Apache 1.3.4 has a lot of new features in it. View these to decide if you want to upgrade. Specifically a lot of denial-of-service attacks have been addressed.

Note: The apache packages have been compiled and installed as per the default configuration. Special configuration needs will required you to compile your own server. Also, because it is living in the /usr/local/apache directory, anyone installing these packages should back up their configuration files first. Otherwise you will have your files overwritten.

Email To
People submitting bug reports should visit the bug reporting page.
Security bugs only can be sent to

Solaris Issues
Because of the dynamic module loading, you should only install the correct package for your release of Solaris.

Click here to read about the Solaris 7 packages.

Source Code
You can fetch the source code from

Special Issues
See the main packages README for installation information.