> Greetings, > I am running 4.7 stable as I previously posted. I was running apache13 > without frontpage. > Due to measure beyond my control I must enable frontpage extensions on my > webserver.
Please tell your boss that running FP extensions is an invitation for hackers and will be more of a maintainance headache than anything. > I went to /usr/ports/www/apache13 and did make deinstall. I then went to > /usr/ports/www/mod_frontpage and did a make. Then a makeinstall. I then > went into > /usr/ports/www/apache13-fp and did a make, followed by a make install. I > went > to /usr/local/etc/apache and edited httpd.conf to change the DocumentRoot > and > Directory statements. When I visit my website I can see my data. When I > try to > publish from FrontPage 2000 it tells me that the server is not running > frontpage > extensions and I can only publish with FTP. > > What am I screwing up here ? Is there a cookbook or tutorial that will lay > this > out for me so I can get this working ? Please read /usr/ports/ww/mod_frontpage/pkg-message. You should have seen this message when you did the "make install" in mod_frontpage. You have to do all of these steps in order to configure a website for FrontPage. -- Matt Emmerton _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"