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Install order clarrification

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by alwaysweb, Mar 17, 2002.

  1. alwaysweb

    alwaysweb Well-Known Member

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    Hi Ronnie here again,

    Server3.alwayswebhosting.com still isn't working even after Nick played with it... Was interested in re-install just to be safe.

    So, my question is this:

    If I want cpanel with perl5.6.1, FrontPage 5 (2002), mod_gzip, and asp (apache-asp?) what order should I download them and install them? The install directions aren't clear on this (and drastically need an overhaul!!)

    I did the &buildapache& first, and then ran the cpanel, install. When it asked me where mod_perl was, I was unable to give it a path it liked and hit &q& to quit that part... installation continued on...

    So, after this install finishes should I just run the per5.6.1, the frontpage 2002, and then the mod_gzip and then apache-asp in order?

    Thanks!

    Ronnie T. Moore
     
  2. kwimberl

    kwimberl Well-Known Member

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    There is no need to run the buildapache.sea, the perl installer, nor the fp installer. The CPanel install file takes of those.

    So... here is your order:

    Cpanel install
    mod_gzip
    apache asp

    You should start with a fresh os install if possible.

    As a side note, whenever you do run buildapache.sea, do NOT turn on mod_perl.
     
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    mod_perl have bad habit to have some memory leaks...
     
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