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From: Bob PuffNLE (PuffNLE)
Date: Tue Nov 27 2001 - 01:09:59 CST
> I can't honestly say. I didn't get the same problems you did
> attempting to do it here under the old kernels, so I'm not sure what
> that problem is related to or caused by. Since I couldn't reproduce
> it, I can only suggest trying it out.
Hmm, that's not good. It should have been an easily-reproducable thing. I know it is here.
> mod_frontpage is a strange creature AFAIK. From what I've heard from
> others, it needs some changing in config files and such to begin with
> to make it work.
Well, JM Dault's RPMs for it and Apache 1.3.12 worked great unmodified. I understand there is a new 2002 version of the FP extensions out now.
> mod_frontpage is built for 8.0, 8.0PPC, and 8.1 against the new
The problem with any 8.0 stuff is you guys use the new RPM v. 4 to build all this stuff, which doesn't work with 7.1. Has there been any upgrade for RPM for 7.1? If so, I've missed it. It would be REALLY helpful!
> I will tell you
> that it installs and when you go the default index page it shows up,
> Running version Apache-AdvancedExtranetServer/1.3.22 (Mandrake Linux/1.1mdk) FrontPage/188.8.131.52 mod_ssl/2.8.5 OpenSSL/0.9.6b
> mod_gzip/184.108.40.206a PHP/4.0.6.
Well, that doesn't really say anything. The key is to see if you can FP Publish a page - that seems to break things quick if they aren't working.
One more note on Apache - is there a way to disable that string:
Apache-AdvancedExtranetServer/1.3.22 (Mandrake Linux/1.1mdk) FrontPage/220.127.116.11 mod_ssl/2.8.5 OpenSSL/0.9.6b
> mod_gzip/18.104.22.168a PHP/4.0.6
Some people (including me) think that giving that kind of info out to anyone is a security risk.