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Tomcat and ASP installed?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Sydney, Sep 1, 2002.

  1. Sydney

    Sydney Member

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    I have some questions to ask Cpanel's users here, please help me because I don't know Cpanel much:

    1. Does Cpanel installer install Tomcat and Apache:ASP module automatically or we have to install them manually?

    2. I see the message &New buildapache.sea builds are now on http://layer1.cpanel.net& at the top of this forum but I don't know what it is for, is it for upgrading PHP? Any problems or downtime if I run this installer on a running server?

    3. Today I cant connect to WHM using secure http, I have to connect in normal http, what could be problem here as I can connect securely before?

    Thanks for reading and please help me if you know the answers.
     
  2. mpope2

    mpope2 Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    1. Does Cpanel installer install Tomcat and Apache:ASP module automatically or we have to install them manually?

    The CPanel installer does not automatically install ASP. You must do this yourself. We have heard people say it does not work well with cpanel, but that was a couple of months ago so it may work better now (probably best to ask someone who has used it).

    2. I see the message &New buildapache.sea builds are now on http://layer1.cpanel.net& at the top of this forum but I don't know what it is for, is it for upgrading PHP? Any problems or downtime if I run this installer on a running server?

    buildapache.sea builds apache and PHP. You *SHOULD* have no problems when upgrading, but you better know how to fix apache configs in case apache won't restart (this happened to us on a couple of boxes).

    3. Today I cant connect to WHM using secure http, I have to connect in normal http, what could be problem here as I can connect securely before?

    Try doing a /scripts/upcp or click &upgrade to latest version& under the CPanel menu in WHM. Sometimes you will have to wait a little bit after doing this untill WHM via https will begin working again.


    I would like to hear from people on the first issue... how have Tomcat and Apache:ASP been with Cpanel lately ? Any issues / bugs, etc ?
     
  3. furquan

    furquan Well-Known Member

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    build buildapache.sea

    Hi mpope2 ,

    could you tell me as to how does one manually build buildapache.sea. any suggestions will be very helpful any one

    regards/-
     
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