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3935Re: Lighttpd Web Server

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  • ctcrayton
    Feb 28, 2006
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      Hi

      Thanks for the pointers, I'll take a look at Cherokee and see how it
      goes.

      Cheers

      Colin

      --- In nslu2-general@yahoogroups.com, Robert Hammond
      <rob.hammond@...> wrote:
      >
      > In message <du1h11+ofl6@...>, ctcrayton <ctcrayton@...>
      > writes
      > >Hi
      > >
      > >Was wondering if anyone has got the lighttpd webserver setup on
      their
      > >unslung NSLU2 with PHP 5 support. I downloaded the tar file and
      > >extracted, but have no idea what to do next. Was hoping someone
      could
      > >give us a few pointers on compiling and setup.
      > >
      > Currently there are a number of optware PHP packages spawning from
      the
      > base PHP executable that can be installed using ipkg but so far no
      > package developer has put up either PHP-CGI or PHP-FCGI as an
      optware
      > package, the later is needed for lighttpd and either can be used
      for the
      > Cherokee web server.
      >
      > There is a version of PHP-FCGI version 5.05 available for the
      NLSU2 at
      > the following URL. It does work quite well with Cherokee but it
      has
      > some problems where some of the compiled in path to various config
      files
      > and modules are incorrect.
      >
      > <http://groups.yahoo.com/group/nslu2-general/message/2975>
      >
      > To use this file place it into /opt/lib/cgi-bin. I suggest that
      you
      > should rename the extracted down loaded file from php to php5-
      fcgi.
      > Chmod the file 775. The PHP web site now recommends creating the
      > following sim link and using this as the entry call point.
      > cd /opt/share/www/cgi-bin
      > ln /opt/lib/cgi-bin/php5-fcgi php5-fcgi
      > You may also have to chmod this sim link 775
      >
      > What is needed here is for one of the package developers to take
      on the
      > task of compiling both of these versions with matching config to
      the
      > standard optware PHP program so that these versions can use the
      correct
      > config files and modules etc. It would also be of great benefit
      if they
      > could compile in support for the gettext optware package.
      >
      >
      >
      > --
      > Robert Hammond
      > PGP:0x154144DA
      >
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