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I'm looking at the Apache download site and I can't see the Windows download (MSI installer) for Apache 2.2 or 2.4. There is only the UNIX source and NetWare Binary. I thought a I had installed 2.2.22 on a Windows machine using an installer in the past. Looking at the Other Files link, there is a Win32 source zip but no MSI installer.
So the question is how does the distribution work? Do the Windows versions go offline after some time?ServerBlokeServerBloke
Here are some Wind32 builds on the download site, including the 2.2.22 you mention.
It appears that version 2.4 does not come with Windows builds for now. See the comments section of the Windows notesgertvdijkgertvdijk
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Apache HTTP Server 2.2.22 Released The Apache Software Foundation and the Apache HTTP Server Project have announced the release of version 2.2.22 of the Apache HTTP Server (“Apache”). The Apache HTTP Project considers this release to be the best version of Apache available, and encourage users of all prior versions to upgrade. Screen shots: Download: Download Apache HTTP Server 2.2.22 VirusTotal results: Change log: n/a: Description: HTTP server. The server runs on the port 8083. License: Apache License 2.0: Version: 2.2.22. Installing the Apache HTTP Server 2.2.x Agent on Multiple Apache HTTP Server Instances After you install the Apache HTTP Server 2.2.x agent on a specific Apache HTTP Server instance, you can install the agent on another Apache HTTP Server instance by executing the agentadmin program again for that instance. In my previous post I mentioned that I would create installers for any future versions of the Apache HTTP Server. And so, here I am providing 32 bit and 64 bit windows binaries for the Apache HTTP Server 2.2.14. The latest version as of this writing. Message view « Date » « Thread » Top « Date » « Thread » From 'William A. Apache.org Subject: Apache HTTP Server 2.2.22 Released: Date.
Apache is the most popular web server. This article illustrates how to install it on Windows (XP, Vista, Windows 7) as part of a WAMP (Windows, Apache, MySQL, PHP) web development environment.
The order of installation for WAMP environment
To make installation a smooth process for a WAMP development environment, we want to install these components in the following order.
1. Install MySQL 5.x
2. Install Apache 2.x
3. Install PHP 5.x
For older versions of WAMP, here are the articles.
1. Install MySQL 4.x
2. Install Apache 1.3
3. Install PHP 4.x
Steps to install Apache on Windows as development machine
Here is a list of Apache HTTP server related pages:
Step 1: Download Apache 2.2
In this article, we use Apache 2.2.14 to demonstrate the installation process. Other 2.x versions have very similar installation steps.
(1) Go to Archived Win32 binaries download page here http://archive.apache.org/dist/httpd/binaries/win32/
(2) Download Apache 2.2.14 msi installer.
Here is the direct download link apache_2.2.14-win32-x86-no_ssl.msiStep 2: Verify the downloaded file for integrity
Apache download comes with a MD5 hash value. This hash value is a Checksum value that can be used to verify data and file integrity.
- File to verify: apache_2.2.14-win32-x86-no_ssl.msi
- Link from Apache to obtain the MD5 hash of this file:
MD5 hash obtained from Apache.org for this file: e41bf079b88265d733a559f33c559ce6
Screenshot below shows the Apache installation file was verified by freeware HashCalc.
Checksum calculated by HashCalc:
As we see above, the MD5 checksum value by Apache.org is the same as the one calculated by HashCalc, which means the file is in good shape and can be trusted.
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Step 3: Start installation
Double click the installation file. The installation should start straight away. Here are 9 screenshots.
3.2 License Agreement
3.3 Read First
3.4 Server Information
This step needs a bit explanation. Add localhost to both Network Domain and Server Name box. Administrator's Email Address can be anything you like. These info are used for Apache configuration file but you can change them after the installation.
Next, select the first radio button as recommended. This way, Apache will be running as a Windows Service. See Step 6 below for more info about how to start, stop, restart Apache.
3.5 Setup Type
Choose Typical as the setup type.
3.6 Destination Folder
You can leave the default installation folder as is.
3.7 Ready to install
3.8 Installing in progress
3.9 Completed successfully
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Step 4: Test your installation
After install, open web browser and type either of the following URLs into your browser's address bar and hit Enter key.
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- http://169.254.32.57 or 192.168.0.1 (eg. local network IP address)
If Apache has been installed correctly, you should see a success message opened in your web browser, as shown below.
The text actually comes from the index.html file in this directory C:Program FilesApache Software FoundationApache2.2htdocs which is the default document root directory after Apache is first installed. The document root directory can be changed in Apache configuration file. See Step 5 below.
Note: http://169.254.32.57 could be your local machine's auto assigned IP that Microsoft has reserved (addresses 169.254.00 to 169.254.255.255).
If you use a router which sets up a LAN (Local Area Network), the router can assign an internal IP. For example, Linksys assumes a default internal IP address of 192.168.0.1
To find out your computer's IP address, open a command line window and run ipconfig command:
- Click Start
- Click Run
- In the Run command box, type cmd and hit OK
- When command line window is opened, type ipconfig and hit Enter key.
Step 5: Edit the Apache httpd.conf Configuration File
Apache Configuration File is located at C:Program FilesApache Software FoundationApache2.2confhttpd.conf. It can also be opened from the Start menu as below.
Make sure you change the httpd.conf file according to the screenshots shown in the following section.
5.1 Change your document root directory to a more meaningful one.
Inside the configuration file, DocumentRoot is the directory out of which Appache executes web documents, eg. PHP, HTML, etc. It's the directory where your PHP or other web page files are placed into.
1. Commented out DocumentRoot 'C:/Program Files/Apache Software Foundation/Apache2.2/htdocs'
2. and then added DocumentRoot 'C:/test'
So, all my php files will be located in a folder named as test on my C drive.
3. Commented out <Directory 'C:/Program Files/Apache Software Foundation/Apache2.2/htdocs'>
4. and then added <Directory 'C:test'>
5.2 Add PHP file type into DirectoryIndex
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Add the default document file names that Apache will run if we don't type its filename in web browser.
Note: for this article series, we will install PHP next. How to install PHP5 server-side scripting language on Windows
Edit the line as below shows, ie., DirectoryIndex index.html index.htm index.php
5.3 If you need to rewrite URLs on your site, enable the mod_rewrite module.
Web pages can pass variables in URLs and this is known as dynamic URLs. To make these URLs search engine and user friendly, we often change dynamic URLs to static URLs. This change is managed by the URL rewrite module.
To enable the URL rewrite, follow these 2 steps.
- Find the line of text shown below and remove the hash # at the beginning of the line.
#LoadModule rewrite_module modules/mod_rewrite.so
Here is how it looks after the change is made.
- Change AllowOverride None to AllowOverride All inside the DocumentRoot Directory Directive.
In our case, it is inside <Directory 'C:test'> Directive.
Here is how it looks after the change is made.
If you need to modify Hosts file, please note that Windows Vista and Windows 7 have stricter security mechanism that makes changing the hosts file a lot harder. Please refer to Microsoft Knowledge Base article http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923947 to see how to modify the Hosts file in Windows Vista and Windows 7.
Step 6: Restart Apache
After changing Apache configuration file, remember restart Apache Server so that these changes will take effect.
To start, stop, and restart Apache Server, do this: Start -> Programs -> Apache HTTP Server -> Control Apache Server.
If Control Apache Server menu is not available. You can start, stop, and restart Apache by using Microsoft Management Console for Windows Services.
Start -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services
By using Windows Services, you can Start, Stop, and Restart Apache from Microsoft Management Console. See screenshot below. Selecting Apache as a Windows service will make it automatically start when your computer starts up, and to keep Apache running when you log-off.Happy Installing!
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Configuring the source tree
The next step is to configure the Apache HTTPd source tree for your particular platform and personal requirements. This is done using the script
configure included in the root directory of the distribution. (Developers downloading an unreleased version of the Apache HTTPd source tree will need to have
libtool installed and will need to run
buildconf before proceeding with the next steps. This is not necessary for official releases.)
To configure the source tree using all the default options, simply type
./configure. To change the default options,
configure accepts a variety of variables and command line options.
The most important option is the location
--prefix where the Apache HTTP Server is to be installed later, because Apache HTTPd has to be configured for this location to work correctly. More fine-tuned control of the location of files is possible with additional configure options.
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Also at this point, you can specify which features you want included in Apache HTTPd by enabling and disabling modules. The Apache HTTP Server comes with a Base set of modules included by default. Other modules are enabled using the
--enable-module option, where module is the name of the module with the
mod_ string removed and with any underscore converted to a dash. You can also choose to compile modules as shared objects (DSOs) -- which can be loaded or unloaded at runtime -- by using the option
--enable-module=shared. Similarly, you can disable Base modules with the
--disable-module option. Be careful when using these options, since
configure cannot warn you if the module you specify does not exist; it will simply ignore the option.
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In addition, it is sometimes necessary to provide the
configure script with extra information about the location of your compiler, libraries, or header files. This is done by passing either environment variables or command line options to
configure. For more information, see the
configure manual page.
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For a short impression of what possibilities you have, here is a typical example which compiles Apache for the installation tree
/sw/pkg/apache with a particular compiler and flags plus the two additional modules
mod_speling for later loading through the DSO mechanism:
$ CC='pgcc' CFLAGS='-O2'
configure is run it will take several minutes to test for the availability of features on your system and build Makefiles which will later be used to compile the server.
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Details on all the different
configure options are available on the
configure manual page.