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Apache ASP plugin should work on a lot more systems now [was

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by sitekeeper, Aug 18, 2001.

  1. sitekeeper

    sitekeeper Well-Known Member

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    I just installed the Apache ASP Plugin and everything appeared to go fine. The last line stated that I might need to restart apache, I did but from WHM and now it failed. Any ideas??



    [Edited on 8/23/01 by bdraco]
     
  2. bdraco

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    [quote:be5b1c3b06]I just installed the Apache ASP Plugin and everything appeared to go fine. The last line stated that I might need to restart apache, I did but from WHM and now it failed. Any ideas??

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    I\'ve put up a new apache-asp plugin this should work on machines which have apaches without large file support (99%).
     
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    sh apache-asp.sea
    : command not found
    shift: shift count must be <= $#
    : command not found
    : command not found
    \'pache-asp.sea: syntax error near unexpected token `do
    \'pache-asp.sea: apache-asp.sea: line 64: ` for a in $GUESS_MD5_PATH; do


    What should I do?
     
  4. bdraco

    bdraco Guest

    [quote:06b6f034ed]sh apache-asp.sea
    : command not found
    shift: shift count must be <= $#
    : command not found
    : command not found
    \'pache-asp.sea: syntax error near unexpected token `do
    \'pache-asp.sea: apache-asp.sea: line 64: ` for a in $GUESS_MD5_PATH; do


    What should I do? [/quote:06b6f034ed]


    Make sure you downloaded it in binary mode not ascii.
     
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