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how to set apache as default?

By nikhilkr.rhce ·
Hi,

I have one problem.. i installed one linux distribution.. that already have mysqld and apache.. that means that is the default mysql
and apache. but future i have one problem so i want to upgrade that to new version.... so i installed the new version of apache and mysql
to different location...after the installation i stoped the old apache and mysql, and i started the new apache and mysql using command prompt...but whenever will the system restart the new apache and mysql wilnot load automaticaly. how can we set the new apache and mysql to default..how can we troubleshoot the issue can anyone help me...

Regards,
NIkhil K R

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by Neon Samurai In reply to how to set apache as defa ...

What OS Distribution are you running Apache and MySQL on? How are you now installing the upgraded apache and mysql?

If it's a major distribution then your probably better to stick with the official repositories. Updated versions should be made available there for you as the maintainers are able to vett and package them. In that case, upgrading would simply mean opening your graphic package manager and doing an "upgrade packages" or using the console package manager to do an update/upgrade.

We'd need to know what Distribution your using and how your trying to install the Apache and MySQL updates though.

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