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Updates from http://layer1.cpanel.net

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ozzi4648, Oct 13, 2002.

  1. ozzi4648

    ozzi4648 Guest

    If you go to the above url we see this:

    Latest Perl 5.6.1 installer:
    perl561installer.tar.gz (Thu Oct 10 20:54:26 2002)

    Latest Buildapache.sea:
    buildapache.sea (Thu Oct 10 20:54:26 2002)
    buildapache2-ALPHA_TESTERS_ONLY.tar.gz (Thu Oct 10 20:54:26 2002)

    Latest Frontpage 5.0 (2002) Upgrade:
    fp-5.0-upgrade.sea (Thu Oct 10 20:54:26 2002)

    Latest Tomcat installer:
    jsp-install-3.x.tar.gz (Thu Oct 10 20:54:26 2002)
    jsp-install-4.x.tar.gz (Thu Oct 10 20:54:26 2002)

    Latest mod_gzip:
    mod_gzip.tar.gz (Thu Oct 10 20:54:26 2002)

    Latest apache-asp:
    apache-asp.sea (Thu Oct 10 20:54:26 2002)

    Latest patches:
    patch-rlimit-ctx-as.patch (Thu Oct 10 20:54:26 2002)

    Latest vserver:
    vserver-0.20a.tar.gz (Thu Oct 10 20:54:26 2002)

    Latest vserver (vps) beta:
    cpanel-vservermgr.tar.gz (Thu Oct 10 20:54:26 2002)

    First of all, i thought the lastest perl was already installed as part of the installation, updates to Cpanel. Are their any DOCS on how to install these updates? Is it safe to just go ahead and install say apache-asp.sea? Which of the above are currently running on my server? What is patch-rlimit_)(*_)? Very confusing. You would think that there was some kind of txt file explaining a bit about each of the above, how to install them etc.
     
  2. haze

    haze Well-Known Member

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    Most of the above are optional updates. If you want apache-asp on your server ( uuuuhhhhgg ) by all means go for it. Oh, and perl 5.8.0 is out.. its not on layer1 though.
     
  3. ozzi4648

    ozzi4648 Guest

    [quote:a287b7a7c0][i:a287b7a7c0]Originally posted by iminteractive[/i:a287b7a7c0]

    Most of the above are optional updates. If you want apache-asp on your server ( uuuuhhhhgg ) by all means go for it. Oh, and perl 5.8.0 is out.. its not on layer1 though.[/quote:a287b7a7c0]

    I just added apache.asp, you said ( uuuuhhhhgg ) ? Is there a problem with it?
     
  4. ozzi4648

    ozzi4648 Guest

    [quote:487bb9c47e][i:487bb9c47e]Originally posted by iminteractive[/i:487bb9c47e]

    Most of the above are optional updates. If you want apache-asp on your server ( uuuuhhhhgg ) by all means go for it. Oh, and perl 5.8.0 is out.. its not on layer1 though.[/quote:487bb9c47e]

    I just added apache.asp, you said ( uuuuhhhhgg ) ? Is there a problem with it?
     
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    rastoma Well-Known Member

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    [quote:05aed760eb][i:05aed760eb]Originally posted by ozzi4648[/i:05aed760eb]

    [quote:05aed760eb][i:05aed760eb]Originally posted by iminteractive[/i:05aed760eb]

    Most of the above are optional updates. If you want apache-asp on your server ( uuuuhhhhgg ) by all means go for it. Oh, and perl 5.8.0 is out.. its not on layer1 though.[/quote:05aed760eb]

    I just added apache.asp, you said ( uuuuhhhhgg ) ? Is there a problem with it?[/quote:05aed760eb]

    Do you know what apache.asp is for ? Do you know what it does and don't do? You do know it's not full asp support right ?

    It sounds like you're installing things just because it's there... not a good thing.
     
  6. ozzi4648

    ozzi4648 Guest

    [quote:e712990b7b][i:e712990b7b]Originally posted by rastoma[/i:e712990b7b]

    [quote:e712990b7b][i:e712990b7b]Originally posted by ozzi4648[/i:e712990b7b]

    [quote:e712990b7b][i:e712990b7b]Originally posted by iminteractive[/i:e712990b7b]

    Most of the above are optional updates. If you want apache-asp on your server ( uuuuhhhhgg ) by all means go for it. Oh, and perl 5.8.0 is out.. its not on layer1 though.[/quote:e712990b7b]

    I just added apache.asp, you said ( uuuuhhhhgg ) ? Is there a problem with it?[/quote:e712990b7b]

    Do you know what apache.asp is for ? Do you know what it does and don't do? You do know it's not full asp support right ?

    It sounds like you're installing things just because it's there... not a good thing.[/quote:e712990b7b]

    I know exactly what it does, and how to use it. We dont install anything we dont know how to support. Yes we know its not the whole package. When i asked it there was a problem with it i was referring to the actual installation as to weather it was going to be problem.
     
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