Am 05.09.2011 09:18, schrieb Michael Hampicke:
>> So after upgrading against the Range header vulnerability, I find that
>> apache-2.2.20 seems to litter /etc/apache2 with standard configuration
>> files, while I don't remember anything at least in 2.2.1x range doing that.
> Same thing happend to me, but it seems this new config files are not
> included per default. I am not really sure what to make of this. Which
> file should I edit from now on?
> All files seem to be valid, there are no ophans in my apache2 directory
> (excluding my froxlor and ssl config)
> # find /etc/apache2/ -type f -print0 | xargs -0 qfile -o | egrep -v
> And if you google for "gentoo apache 2.2.20" guess what you'll find?
> Yeah, that right, this Thread!
I guess it was just happened through an oversight because of the rushed
release. I just removed those files without ill effects.