Resin 3.1.9, Apache 2.2.16 and mod_caucho?
wodfer at gmail.com
Wed Oct 20 21:13:10 UTC 2010
Got mod_caucho.so installed. The makefile only refers to Apache 20 while I am running 22. I changed the path in the Makefile to /usr/ports/www/apache22 and the compile arg to yes and it installed fine. Will test now.
Andreas Wideroe <andreas at wideroe.net>
Den 14. okt. 2010 kl. 21:20 skrev Andy Wodfer <wodfer at gmail.com>:
> On Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 7:56 PM, Michael Powell <nightrecon at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Christer Solskogen wrote:
> >>> > Both Apache (port 80) and Resin3.1 (port 8080) runs fine alone.
> >>> >
> >>> You probably have that module already installed. It comes with
> >>> www/resin3 according to the Makefile.
> >> Don't think so. locate (updated) and find only shows these:
> >> ./tmp/caucho
> >> ./usr/local/resin3/webapps/resin-doc/WEB-INF/classes/com/caucho
> >> ./usr/local/resin3/webapps/resin-doc/WEB-INF/xsl/caucho
> >> ./usr/local/resin3/webapps/resin-doc/examples/amber-basic/WEB-
> > You might need to have apache[2|22] installed first.
> You do need Apache installed first as apxs is used to build the mod_caucho
> module. Install Apache by the ports system as you normally would. See the
> 'Compiling mod_caucho.so' section here:
> If the configure script doesn't/can't find apxs automagically use the CLI
> switch and provide it with the location. It should be able to find it.
> Then config resin.conf and httpd.conf accordingly.
> Thanks Mike!
> Will try that and report back.
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