[freeside] initial config saves some of the values?
ivan at 420.am
ivan at 420.am
Mon Jun 23 23:29:00 PDT 2003
On Tue, Jun 24, 2003 at 01:10:18AM -0400, Tony Carter wrote:
> According to this
> mbination Apache 2.x is not compatible with mod_perl 1.
> What is everyone else on the list using?
> Ivan, can you please publish a "supported versions" matrix of some sort?
If you think a "supported versions" document is important, then you
should put it together and submit it.
I belive I've stated only about a billion times on the list that Apache
2 is *NOT SUPPORTED* until mod_perl 2 comes out. The mod_perl 1.99
pre-releases don't count.
My customers who run Red Hat all use 7.3.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Randall Lucas [mailto:rlucas at tercent.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2003 12:56 AM
> To: Tony Carter
> Cc: ivan-freeside at sisd.com
> Subject: Re: [freeside] initial config saves some of the values?
> Hmm, is it too early to call this a trend? Damn Red Hat for shipping
> with that glorified beta software.
> I am testing a second installation with Apache / mod_perl 1 and haven't
> experienced this problem (although httpd will crash before even logging
> or segfaulting if I try to PerlRequire either Apache::ASP or
> HTML::Mason -- however, it seems to work fine without PerlRequire'ing
> ASP at startup).
> On Tuesday, June 24, 2003, at 12:51 AM, Tony Carter wrote:
> >> *The major note to this is I am using mod_perl 1.99 / Apache 2 on this
> >> testing box.
> >> Of the others who've had conf script troubles, what is your os/fs
> >> version/apache version/mod_perl version? Can you check to see what's
> >> coming through on the request?
> >> Best,
> >> Randall
> > Randall,
> > I'm using Redhat 9.0, ext3 fs, Apache 2.40 with mod_perl-1.99_07.
> > -Tony
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