How are you starting the server?Quote:> I am new to FreeBSD after about 3 years using Linux. The system is
> installed (default), but I can't get XFree86 4.0.3 running. First
> sysinstall hangs up with the Servers package and dialog used the whole
> CPU. Manual installation with pkg_add was successfull. But now I
> configured it but it doesn't start. As root I become the message "unable
> to open /dev/io" and as normal user the server says unable to open the
> log file.
Does it give the name of the log file it is trying to open?
You could create it and give your user permission to write it.
At what securelevel are you running? If you are at securelevel 1 youQuote:> The second problem is that I am not able to load kernelmodules when the
> system is up. I get the message that root has no permission to do this.
> Please Help!!
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I hope that posting a PHP question to this group is ok. I've seen a few
others and I assume that most people in this group will have had PHP
experience. Anyways, I'm trying to set up PHP on a Linux 7.0 machine.
I'm a little new at this, so I'm not sure what I'm doing.
When I run the configure script, I get an error when I try to use apxs
which I guess is the DSO support or something. It says:
Sorry, I cannot run apxs. Either you need to install Perl or you need
to pass the absolute path of apxs by using
I did that using /usr/lib/apache Does anyone know if that's the right
path? If someone could point me in the right direction, I would
appreciate it. Thank you.