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Hello, I want to install mod_ssl in my VPS (Freedom plan, CentOS 4.3 with no control panel) so I run yum but was asked for ...

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    Question Will Updating Apache in CentOS Break Virtuozzo?

    Hello, I want to install mod_ssl in my VPS (Freedom plan, CentOS 4.3 with no control panel) so I run yum but was asked for a dependency:

    2.0.52-22.ent.centos4

    "How strange, I already have Apache", I thought, then I run 'yum list installed | grep httpd' and found that I have: httpd-2.0.52-22.ent.centos4.1.swsoft

    I'm not sure if it's ok doing a 'yum remove' and installing the "normal" httpd for CentOS. Seeing .swsoft in the name of the file makes me think I could break something with Virtuozzo.

    I would like to have my VPS as pure as possible, so I can remove or update any component as I want.

    Is it ok removing the httpd with 'swsoft' in the name and install the normal httpd for my CentOS version?

    Thanks!
    Alexis Bellido

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    You should be fine installing your own version of httpd. all vps's ship with a template of installed software. I know most of it is replaced by the cpanel version of the software on cpanel servers, so I don't see any reason why your own httpd would affect anything.

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    Thanks. I replaced the original httpd with the one from CentOS and installed mod_ssl with no problem.

    Regards!
    Alexis Bellido

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