Mistake: recompiled mod_ssl.so when trying to install mod spdy. How to revert?


I tried to enable mod_spdy but got some wrong instructions. In these instructions I downloaded and compiled a new mod_ssl.so file.
Now my Apache is broken. How can I revert back to the original without breaking more?

These were the commands i followed:

sudo apt-get install subversion curl g++ apache2 patch binutils make devscripts

mkdir mod_spdy
cd mod_spdy
gclient config “http://mod-spdy.googlecode.com/svn/tags/current/src
gclient sync --force
cd src


sudo cp mod_ssl.so /usr/lib/apache2/modules
sudo a2enmod ssl

As far as I understand I installed git/compilers and made a new mod_ssl.so file which is not working.
How can I get back the original mod_ssl.so file? And do I have to fix other things?
Thanks in advance!

Ubuntu 64bit

I fixed the problem myself. For anyone who would ever have the same problem:

Download the original Apache bin package at http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/apache2-bin (choose your version, 32bit or amd64). Extract the package and copy the file u need to your server.