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I've just done an install of Apache 2.4 following the steps outlined here: http://edin.no-ip.com/blog/hswong3i/apache-2-4-php5-4-pdo-oci-ubuntu-12-04-howto (except for the Oracle specific stuff).

However, I've now ended up with Apache using the config in /usr/local/apache2/conf/httpd.conf, not /etc/apache2/apache2.conf as I'm used to.

httpd.conf doesn't seem to have been setup to use sites-available and mods-available and all that goodness.

What's the best solution for this? Is there something I can tweak quickly to get it to work as expected, or is 2.4 not expected to work that way in 12.04?

Thanks for any help.

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You could try symlinking /usr/local/conf/apache2/conf to point at /etc/apache2. You might need a symlink from httpd.conf to apache2.conf too.

  • Hmm, but if I symlink like that my sites-available, etc directories are gone, no? Am I misunderstanding? – evanmcd Jul 24 '12 at 13:59
  • No, how would they be gone? The symlink merely makes /etc/apache2 appear as if it is ALSO at /usr/local/conf/apache2/conf. Of course, if sites-available is a relative symlink pointing outside /etc/apache2, it would probably break. But I don't think it is. – Janus Troelsen Jul 24 '12 at 14:48

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