#apache - Mon 12 Mar 2007 between 19:17 and 19:23

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ErikRoseI am awesome.
lol
Led-HedErikRose, you sure are
zackywell someone told me to restart apache with user www-data
ErikRoseThanks, Led. ;-)
Kim^Jzacky: Maahh... Just do it the Ubuntu way. sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 start
Led-HedErikRose, any time.
ErikRoseLet's see how much I get punished for using the libs built by the ASF and the executable built by apachelounge.
Kim^JUsing Apache on Windows?
ErikRoseA client is, yes.
Led-Hedsounds like a bad idea
ErikRoseOh, it is. ;-)
Led-Hedbut less of a bad idea than running IIS on Linux!
ErikRoselol
Kim^JWindows for server. :(
zackystill not working
fajitastill not working is http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/howto/cgi.html#butitsstillnotworking
Kim^JOMG! Running IIS on Linux through wine maybe? :D
ErikRoseProbably more secure. ;-)
Led-HedKim^J, if it werent for Group Policy, I wouldnt be running a Windows Server
Kim^JMaybe. :O
:P
zackyis there any other way i can get perl working with apache2
Kim^Jzacky: mod_perl ?
Led-Hedlol
zackyhaven't try that yeah
Kim^JGrr.... I have to create a better httpd.conf :)
ErikRosezacky: It's the canonical way of serving Perl for any kind of heavy load. That, or FastCGI.
Kim^JFastCGI needs like 1000% more documentation.
ErikRoseFastCGI's cleaner, but it sounds like you just want something small working.
zackyso mod_perl is the way forward then?
Kim^JYes
Or mod_ruby <3
Led-HedOn Ubuntu there is a /etc/apache2/ssl/ directory. But its empty? what typicaly belongs in this dir?
ubrai have apache 2.0.40 with php 4.2.2, any idea why a ForceType application/x-httpd-php on a php file would make php parse the file ok but when called with arguments like phpfile/arguments would give a 404? how can i fix this?
php is compiled as a module
Kim^JLed-Hed: Debian-crap
Led-HedKim^J, mine is empty. Is that a problem?
Kim^JShouldn't be.
Led-Hedok

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