[REBOL] Re: APACHE + REBOL as CGI?
From: tim:johnsons-web at: 15-Sep-2001 20:13
On Sat, Sep 15, 2001 at 09:25:24PM -0500, john wrote:
> Thanks Tim.
> I have Rebol running. In Linux each domain has its own CGI-BIN for the
> scripts but the binaries and libraries reside in a directory accessed via
> an alias. As with NT/SAMBAR I simply created the REBOL directories and
> copied files, added " .r " to the cgi-bin as an accepted suffix attempting
> to keep the directories identical to my other servers for platform
> script/compatibility sake.
> I say again -the only combination that I have experienced any trouble
> running Rebol is NT/IIS combinations. The book covers little of what is
> necessary to run rebol there and we fell upon it kind of by accident, but
> have just recently set up 3 very active servers to run REBOL 0on top of
> IIS-4 (one gets a Million hits a month).
> Any way, NT/IIS is the only combination I see requiring formal
> installation. And the setup required is identical to that of PERL. That
> should help.
> We will document the steps necessary and pass them on the REBOL and Book
Great! Pass them on to me too. I've got nothing on the internet with
that combination, but would like to be informed in case I have anything
requests to go on an NT server...
> At 05:58 PM 9/15/2001 -0800, you wrote:
> >Hi John:
> > I've noticed your questions and have time to just touch
> >briefly on it with what I know.
> >I personally don't know why one would have to be concerned about
> >the location of the binary. Doesn't sound to me like your doing
> >anything incorrect as far as Linux goes.....
> >I do not think it's a good idea to have the rebol binary in cgi-bin,
> >and it's really a good idea to have your own internal mapping so that
> >your not really using the standard cgi-bin. I'm referring to using
> >the ScriptAlias, which is in either access.conf or httpd.conf on
> >RH 7.0 (I think - just use RH 6.0 myself).
> >I'm sorry that I can't offer more than that, perhaps there will
> >be more on this after the weekend. HINT: Sometimes it helps
> >to repost under a different subject if you don't get the full
> >edification that you are looking for.
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