peter at boosten.org
Wed Dec 26 12:10:13 PST 2007
Quoting Kurt Buff <kurt.buff at gmail.com>:
> Got any notes from your install process, or can you identify where
> it got hairy?
The main 'problem' is that the installation cannot be automated, since
you have to download the java jdk manually (because of the licensing).
If you install diablo-jdk and apache-ant from ports you'll be in the
right direction. I cannot remember if I had to install anything else,
but that'll show automatically.
I installed ssl-explorer in /usr/local, left the name of the directory
like the ones from the zip and created a link to the directory like
lrwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 23 Dec 13 07:48 sslexplorer ->
drwxr-xr-x 23 root wheel 1024 Dec 13 07:48 sslexplorer-1.0.0_RC11
That's make upgrading easier. I started of at RC3, and today downloaded RC12.
Initial installation is done via 'ant install' in the main sslexplorer
directory (there's a sslexplorer subdir underneath), and sslexplorer
then will listen on some exotic port (which I found by accident), I
think it's 10080, but netstat will show. After configuring, 'ant
start' will start sslexplorer on the port of your settings. Especially
cool is the java rdp client!
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