#ubuntu - Mon 12 Mar 2007 between 03:00 and 03:05

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Gumbygenbvo: lsmod
genbvoi think that shows all
ah
JHSandsI am very very happy with Ubuntu! I purchased an Acer AST-180 from best buy a week ago and the live cd loads all of the drivers... even the sound and video! IMPRESSIVE!!!
thank you everyone!
genbvoGumby: i remmber now thanks
Ubuntu_NVidiaGumby: this is what I have tried, it is not successful, as we previously troubleshooted :)
eckWhiz2: if you really want to use lighttpd that is fine, but a lot more people know apache, and apache + mod_php will be much faster
GumbyUbuntu_Nvidia: hrm.... seems strange
Whiz2eck: ok how do i replace lighttpd with that? I have no idea what I'm doing
eckjust a thought -- setting up apache + php is like two steps in ubuntu
Ubuntu_NVidiaGumby: next time I will use the resource you pointed me too
Whiz2also i will need to change apache so that my website directory is the same as the one used in lighttpd
eckWhiz2: just install apache2 and libapache2-mod-php5
[Tuxedo]Can anyone help getting an ATI card recognized?
eckwhen you start up apache it will have mod_php loaded
Whiz2i assume I need to uninstall lighttpd, and php5-cgi?
eckWhiz2: you can keep them if you like
ndowenshow does ubuntu's "development" release compare to debian unstable release?
eckWhiz2: i think you can only have one of apache and lighttpd running at once though
Ubuntu_NVidiaGumby: I mean, err, after re-install. I once reinstalled Fedora 5 times in a day. At least with Ubuntu its more like once a day
Whiz2won't lighttpd, and apache interfere with each other?
ok
eckbecause they will both want to bind on port 80
GumbyUbuntu_Nvidia: good luck. if we had more time I'm sure we could get it but I just dont
Whiz2I'm binding to a different port
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eckok, well the only conflict would be if they wanted to use the same port
Whiz2so i will need to change that in apache as well
actionGumby has to go bind to his gf's "port"
Gumbyhas to go bind to his gf's "port"
bonesanyone have Repositories
ndowenshow does ubuntu's development release compare to debian unstable, i am curious
Whiz2eck: gimme a few to uninstall theold, and install the new...
eckWhiz2: are you trying to do virtual hosts?
XeperIs 6.10 "stable", for all intents and purposes?
Whiz2what is a virtual host?
<-- total newbie to this
XeperI know it's not exactly recommended, but it's not entirely broken like E17 was a few years ago, is it?
eckWhiz2: it is if you want subdomains, like example.com, mail.example.com, wiki.example.com and so forth
virtual hosts let you run them all on one machine

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