Last time, we talked about custom kernels in Debian-based systems. This time we go to "the other side" and will also talk about customizations, namely how to customize packages on Fedora systems. For this you are not required to have any prior experience on the matter in order to build packages, but a will to learn and read manual pages or other resources is always welcome.

Our article will focus on Apache as packaged by Fedora, and what we will do is modify some of its build options in order to better fit our needs. After all, Linux and Open Source are all about customization, so why not get exactly what we want? With that being said, let's start with our tutorial.

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