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- Subject: Re: Upgrade Apache 1.3.20 (Debian) ( Aug 23, 2001, 07:05:44 )
I have find my mistake the setting should be
deb file:/var/ftp/debian potato main
instead of
deb file:/var/ftp/debian potato main apache-dev_1.3.9-13.2.deb

I think I should not download all the package. So, I download apache-dev_1.3.9-13.2 and run install dpkg --install apache-dev_1.3.9-13.2.deb
msg displayed :
Selecting previously deselected package apache-dev.
(Reading database ... 25681 files and directories currently installed.)
Unpacking apache-dev (from apache-dev_1.3.9-13.2.deb) ...
Setting up apache-dev (1.3.9-13.2) ...

Can anyone tell me does it mean the upgrading is sucessfully ? Where is the new version located ? How to check the version of apache ?

Any helps is appreciated. Thanks in advance.

best regards,

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