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Apache::ASP

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by bitstream, Jul 15, 2003.

  1. bitstream

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    Ok, i have installed Apache::ASP as directed by cpanel, using apache-asp.sea. It looks like it did the install, and I have found some changes made to my httpd.conf, namely the addition of stuff for mod_perl. My question is this - is there anything else I need to do to get Apache::ASP / mod_perl running completely, ie any additional entries in httpd.conf or anything? Thanks for the help!

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    Apache ASP

    Did you make mod_perl compiled in with easyapache? I wonder. I know I have to do that...

    P.S. Apache-ASP. sea.. please PM on details they gave you, since I am *interested* in this being put on my server too.

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    Do you guys have any helpful information to share on this? I am interested as well :D
     
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    Here is a guide on installing it from the Cpanel page:

    http://forum.cpanelhosts.com/index.php?act=ST&f=2&t=24&

    Haven't tried it yet as we had some core issue to get through on a couple of servers. Hopefully we will attempt it on a test server over the next couple of weeks.
     
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    I did what the tutorial said to do, but it made httpd fail a lot, so I changed the first line to: <Files ~ "^\.asp">
    and it started/restarted fine. However, I still can not access asp files, it just wants me to download them rather than do anything with em. I dont understand what I did wrong.
     
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