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SF.net SVN: ledger-smb:[6842] branches/1.3

Revision: 6842
Author:   einhverfr
Date:     2014-02-11 10:53:18 +0000 (Tue, 11 Feb 2014)
Log Message:
Updating docs for Apache 2.4

Modified Paths:

Modified: branches/1.3/Changelog
--- branches/1.3/Changelog	2014-02-11 08:28:10 UTC (rev 6841)
+++ branches/1.3/Changelog	2014-02-11 10:53:18 UTC (rev 6842)
@@ -19,6 +19,7 @@
 * Fixed contact description not preserved on edit (Chris T, 981)
 * Fixed useless buttons on credit div when no account active (Chris T, 1001)
 * Backported requires() and requires_series() APIs from 1.4 (Chris T)
+* Updated INSTALL to reflect better instructions for Apache 2.4 (Chris T)
 Changelog for 1.3.37
 * 1.3-1.2 downgrade now drops extensions (Chris T, 943)

Modified: branches/1.3/INSTALL
--- branches/1.3/INSTALL	2014-02-11 08:28:10 UTC (rev 6841)
+++ branches/1.3/INSTALL	2014-02-11 10:53:18 UTC (rev 6842)
@@ -349,6 +349,10 @@
 support) and IIS are known to support this requirement. The section below
 details the Apache setup process.
+The default configuration file only works with Apache 2.2.  To run this with 
+Apache 2.4, you will want to move the ledgersmb-httpd.conf.template out of the
+way and replace it with the ledgersmb-httpd-2.4.conf.template before proceding.
 Default installation layouts for Apache HTTPD on various operating systems 
 and distributions: http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/DistrosDefaultLayout
@@ -359,10 +363,15 @@
 [On Debian and its derivatives, mod_rewrite can be enabled using the command
- $ a2enmod rewrite
+ # a2enmod rewrite
-executed as the root user.]
+executed as the root user.
+Also note on Debian, if using Apache 2.4, you may need to:
+ # a2enmod cgi
+Also as root.]
 A default configuration file to be used with Apache2 comes with LedgerSMB in
 its root project directory: ledgersmb-httpd.conf.template. You can use the 
 'configure_apache.sh' script to fill out the template.
@@ -377,7 +386,8 @@
 [Debian, Fedora, Centos, RedHat]
 [On Debian and derivatives, you can store the resulting
-configuration file directly in the /etc/apache2/conf.d directory.  From
+configuration file directly in the /etc/apache2/conf.d directory, for Apache 
+2.2, and /etc/apache2/conf-enabled/ for Apache 2.4.  From
 that location, it'll be automatically included upon the next server (re)start.]

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