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System OS: Fedora 13
Web Server: Apache (already installed)

Tried the following commands to no avail while trying to upgrade Apache 2.2.17:

  • yum upgrade
  • yum update
  • yum check-upgrade
  • yum update httpd
  • yum install httpd

After all these commands were tried I kept receiving a message stating that there aren't any packages / updates available and that the latest version was already installed.

rpm -qa | grep -i httpd shows httpd 2.2.17

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migrated from Oct 12 '11 at 14:19

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Maybe your mirror is old or out of date? Try 'yum clean all' and then do another update attempt. If all else fails, you could fetch the RPM manually and install it that way.

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Well 2.2.17 is the most recent version available in the Fedora 13 repositories so yum is quite correct. You can't upgrade if you already have the most recent version.

If you want to upgrade beyond 2.2.17 you will have to upgrade to Fedora 15, which has version 2.2.19 of apache available, or else build apache from source or find somebody that has built rpms of newer versions.

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Fedora 13 is EOL.

Here is the release life cycle:

So to get the latest version Apache, you will need to upgrade to the current version of Fedora.

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