apachectl startssl question/problem on two boxes

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apachectl startssl question/problem on two boxes

dmitrik

when running usr/local/apache2/bin/apachectl startssl on
a development box, apache starts correctly.

when running the same command on a new box which
has been upgraded to apache2, the same startssl command,
or apachectl by itself, just displays a menu list.

startssl is not in the menu list.


if just apachectl is run on the dev box, it displays a different menu with
different options. Any idea what might be the difference between the
two boxes? or why two different menu options appears?

Is there a way to determine if the apache versions are the same?

tia,
dk

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dmitrik
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when running usr/local/apache2/bin/apachectl startssl on
a development box, apache starts correctly.

when running the same command on a new box which
has been upgraded to apache2, the same startssl command,
or apachectl by itself, just displays a menu list.

startssl is not in the menu list.


if just apachectl is run on the dev box, it displays a different menu with
different options. Any idea what might be the difference between the
two boxes? or why two different menu options appears?

Is there a way to determine if the apache versions are the same?

tia,
dk

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