I am working with a server on which the web host installed Apache. Said web host has a tech support department that seems to know less about a lot of stuff than I do, and I'm an absolute and total newbie.
Anyway, I am trying to get Tomcat 4.0.X to work with Apache 2.0 under Linux in order to handle servlets. One of the things you have to do is put the right mod_jk.so file in the $APACHE_HOME/libexec directory. $APACHE_HOME refers, of course, to the name of the home directory for Apache. Now, how do I find out which of my many directories is the Apache home directory? I looked for directories named "libexec" and found two, one under /user, the other under /user/local. I looked in the httpd.conf file and found a statement saying "ServerRoot "/etc/httpd"" that's supposed to be "top of the directory tree under which the server's # configuration, error, and log files are kept." I also found numerous directoreis and files here with "Apache" in the name.
Which, if any, is the Apache home directory?
posted 10 years ago
List the environment variables. There should be one called APACHE_HOME