Check for Apache’s ’httpd’, let script continue if exists & works, pops up error message if not.
Testing of functionality is by checking its compile settings
Besides checking existence, this macro also set these environment variables upon completion:
HTTPD = which httpd HTTPD_ROOT = Apache's root directory, specified when compiled / run with -d option HTTPD_SERVER_ROOT = Directory for Apache's essential files, e.g. access logs / error logs / modules / scripts. HTTPD_SERVER_CONFIG_FILE = Full-path of the 'httpd.conf' file HTTPD_USER = Which user that httpd runs as HTTPD_GROUP = Which group that httpd runs as HTTPD_DOC_HOME = Document directory, taken as the first DocumentRoot path found in httpd.conf HTTPD_SCRIPT_HOME = CGI script directory, taken as the first ScriptAlias path found in httpd.conf
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