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I have a small problem when I try to update to the new version of Apache WebSrvr on my Mavericks Mac.

I compiled and make installed to a different folder than the native: /usr/local/apache24/.

which httpd => /usr/local/apache24/bin/

I set the enviroment variable for it also.

which apachectl => /usr/local/apache24/bin/apachectl

but when I try to start the server it takes the the binaries from the /usr/local/apache2/

Is there a way to migrate everything to the new instance of the Apache Server?

  • How do you start the server? – nohillside Sep 17 '14 at 12:33
  • im starting with sudo apachectl start. then it says that port cannot be registered. its just a mess I tell you. if id change the http.conf from native apache: i get an error that apachectl cannot be started. then i changed the script to use one in the updated one. but the default is always taken from the native. – nvukovic Sep 17 '14 at 12:41
  • Is the old apache still running (port can't be registered could mean that another process is already using it)? – nohillside Sep 17 '14 at 13:14
  • how exactly do you stop the old one? About the port: yeah i think thats because both of them want to access to the same port. with the lsof -i | grep :80 i get that httpd (2x) is listening to the port one from root user and one from _www. – nvukovic Sep 17 '14 at 13:17
  • sudo apachectl stop :-) May not work anymore though, but you should still be able to kill it. Or reboot. – nohillside Sep 17 '14 at 13:22
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Since there is no answer I found out something:

Best way to get past the problems from my question:

  • stop the apache server: sudo apachectl stop

  • Backup/rename these files in the default apache folder: ab, httpd & apachectl

    sudo mv /path/to/file/ab /path/to/file/ab.old

  • Create links in the default apache folder:

    sudo ln -s /path/to/originalfile/ab /path/to/where_the_link_should_be_saved/ab

  • Start apache:

    sudo apachectl start

  • Check if the changes were taken:

    httpd -v

    apachectl -v

It should be version 2.4.10 now:)

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