Re: installing a second webserver
- There are some guys on the Kuro Forum (not the Yahoo one, but
www.kurobox.com - forum) that have a script for installing a number
of items including apache and php. You may want to take a look at
--- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, Nick Pappas
> Just sat down at home and am going to look at building Apache. Ihis
> wrote in to the Apache user group and asked some references on
> reducing the footprint of the server and got one reply back. Seems
> someone is working on doing something similar and will be posting
> howto in about a week.impatient. :)
> Until then, I'm going to play with compiling it... because I'm
> A quick backtrack to the "--prefix" vs. symbolic link issue. I
> looked at the PATH again and /usr/local (or anything below it)isn't
> in the PATH anyway, only printer information is in /usr/local bysomeplace
> default. Personally, I'd use "--prefix" to point things to
> else so you keep the system and anything you install apart. Youcan
> modify the path in /etc/profile accordingly.just a
> Okay - off to compile Apache for the first time. First round,
> standard compile to see if it will go out of the box.manages
> On 7/20/05, han320yah <b747@o...> wrote:
> > Thanks for all the info. It sounds a little complicated for a
> > newbie like me but would love to give it a try! If anyone
> > to install it and sorts out any problems, I think many of uswould
> > be very grateful for feedback and installation advice.link
> > Here's hoping!
> > --- In LinkStation_General@yahoogroups.com, Nick Pappas
> > <nwpappas@g...> wrote:
> > > On 7/20/05, wedgemusic <wedgemusic@y...> wrote:
> > > > An easier installation for Apache is to create a symbolic
> > fromas
> > > > /usr/local to /mnt/whatever and install Apache in /usr/local
> > > > normal. This will keep it in your PATH and conserve space onthe
> > hda1.
> > >
> > > Just make sure you 'cp' (not 'mv') files to your new
> > > /mnt/hda/usr/local before you delete the original and create
> > > symbolic link. I moved a system directory a long time ago andwas
> > > most perplexed as to why the move stopped working suddenly andhalf
> > > the system didn't work (it was because I moved 'mv' outside themake
> > path).
> > > :)
> > >
> > > You'll still want to double check where Apache installs
> > everything.
> > > Most of it will probably go under /usr/local, but you want to
> > > sure you keep track of any stray files that will lessen your
> > available
> > > space on your root partition. Although, you'd have much more
> > space at
> > > this point and wouldn't have to worry about it nearly as much.
> > Yahoo! Groups Links
> Whatever you do - don't congratulate yourself too much, or berate
> yourself either.
> Your choices are half chance, and so are everybody else's.