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    Hi,

    I'm running Apache 1.3.14 with mod_so and php4.

    When I run httpd -l it spits out a nice looking list of modules, then this not so nice looking error message:

    suexec: disabled; invalid wrapper /usr/local/apache/bin/suexec

    I had no idea what suexec was so before you tell me to RTFM i did, and it tells me it's only supposed to be there if you specify on configuration. That I didn't do.

    So I guess my questions are:

    1. What's it doing there
    2. How do I get rid of it (or fix it..whatever)

    Thanks

    Josh
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    >>1. What's it doing there

    Nothing

    >>2. How do I get rid of it (or fix it..whatever)

    Since it's doing nothing. It's better off to leave it alone.
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    Sorry I should have been more clear - when I said "What's it doing there" I meant as in "Why is it there at all?"

    It's just a bit annoying because it's been there in every installation on my machine I have done ie. when I have upgraded or re-compiled.

    But yes you're probably right, everything's working fine so what the heck
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    >>Why is it there at all?

    If suexec is not enabled, that line is just there by default.

    Just don't worry about it. I am sure there are millions more weird output you should worry more instead.

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