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1)
There are many modules in apache. By default only core module is installed.
I was going through apache documentation on the link "http://eregie.premier-ministre.gouv.fr/manual/configuring.html#modules". There are "related modules" and "related directives" besides it. Does it mean that these directives are available to include this module in configuration file ? Can we just use these directives or do we need any module included before that ?

2)
There are directives in each module. So when I "LoadModule" in configuration file, then do the directives in this module become available for use and not oitherwise ? Its just like a java package, in which api is avalable only after package is imported.

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I have installed apache 2.2. How do I know what modules are available apart from core module with this installation ?


Please explain as I am kind of confused.
 
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This forum is for Tomcat questions, not Apache. I've moved your topic to a more suitable location.
 
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