Apache server and 3.2r4.2

Apache server and 3.2r4.2

Post by Jeffrey D. Ang » Sun, 23 Mar 1997 04:00:00



I have the distributed binaries for Apache running on my 3.2r4.2 SCO
box. And after a certain amount of flailing about, have the server
up and running. I would like the Server Side Included to work. FOr
example: <!-- #exec cgi-"/cgi-bin/counter.pl" --> But alas, it does
not. Is there something special I for got, or is it not compiled in
the stock distribution? I went and got the source code, and recompiled
a "stock" version to make sure that the compiler is working right.
(I am running SCO's development package with all the correct pieces.)

Also, if you have any comments about running the proxy server. That
would be appreciated.

Thank you

Jeff

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Apache server and 3.2r4.2

Post by Bill Campbe » Sun, 23 Mar 1997 04:00:00



: I have the distributed binaries for Apache running on my 3.2r4.2 SCO
: box. And after a certain amount of flailing about, have the server
: up and running. I would like the Server Side Included to work. FOr
: example: <!-- #exec cgi-"/cgi-bin/counter.pl" --> But alas, it does
: not. Is there something special I for got, or is it not compiled in
: the stock distribution? I went and got the source code, and recompiled
: a "stock" version to make sure that the compiler is working right.
: (I am running SCO's development package with all the correct pieces.)

Uncomment the appropriate shtml lines in the srm.conf file and they
should then work after doing a 'kill -1' on the httpd process.

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Apache server and 3.2r4.2

Post by Danny Aldh » Sun, 23 Mar 1997 04:00:00



: I have the distributed binaries for Apache running on my 3.2r4.2 SCO
: box. And after a certain amount of flailing about, have the server
: up and running. I would like the Server Side Included to work. FOr
: example: <!-- #exec cgi-"/cgi-bin/counter.pl" --> But alas, it does
: not. Is there something special I for got, or is it not compiled in
: the stock distribution? I went and got the source code, and recompiled
: a "stock" version to make sure that the compiler is working right.
: (I am running SCO's development package with all the correct pieces.)

You need to edit srm.conf to include Server-parsed html .

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Apache server and 3.2r4.2

Post by Carrer Yuri 341353/ » Tue, 25 Mar 1997 04:00:00





>: I have the distributed binaries for Apache running on my 3.2r4.2 SCO
>: box. And after a certain amount of flailing about, have the server
>: up and running. I would like the Server Side Included to work. FOr

 where can I find all this precompiled software? :)
 Is there a search tool for this at sco site?

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Apache server and 3.2r4.2

Post by Jeffrey D. Ang » Tue, 25 Mar 1997 04:00:00




> > I have the distributed binaries for Apache running on my 3.2r4.2 SCO
> where can I find all this precompiled software? :)
> Is there a search tool for this at sco site?

Apache is available at http://www.apache.org
It's third party software, so the SCO tech base doesn't cover it.

Jeff

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