I’ve rolled out updates for Apache on CentOS to bring our packages up to date with the current versions from CentOS repositories. There are no changes from the CentOS packages aside from the usual changes I make (suexec docroot set to /home, Epoch incremented to prevent accidental overwrite by other httpd packages). They should begin showing up in your available updates within a few minutes (or whenever your system is configured to check for updates)
Oops, I missed a dependency in the CentOS 6 packages. If you’re running into a dependency issue with httpd-tools, run the following:
# yum clean all
# yum update
thanks, i’m solved this problem with your explain now
I would like to request an update to apache to bring VirtualMin current with the latest CentOS releases.
Joe will be updating Apache soon – I just sent him a reminder about that.
Thanks to Joe and all the other support staff … I see that httpd got rebuild and updated on May 5 I think and now YUM sees it as
sudo yum list httpd
httpd.x86_64 1:2.4.6-89.el7.vm @virtualmin
… I was able to install it soon after it came out in early May and now my system looks just as up to date as any RHEL or CentOS box !!