On 2004-07-28 02:43, DK <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I wish BSD had a BigApache installer package, as it would make my life
> easier...

All of these are available on FreeBSD too (except Mercury Mailserver,
which is just another Win32 MTA that I don't know about but somehow feel
reluctant to trust more than my Sendmail or Postfix installations).

> --------------------------------
> http://www.bigapache.org/
> The BigApache Enterprise Ready Server is free software:
> This Package provides a full implementation of Apache and it`s
> commonly used extension modules for the Win32 plattform Windows 2000 & Windows XP
> This is the base package for BigApache:
> It includes
> Apache 2.x
> mod_ssl
> OpenSSL
> mod_perl
> mod_python
> mod_jk
> Mailserver Mercury
> Additional modules are available in the module distributions and in the 
> BigApache-modules
> repository.
> ----------------------------------

Why isn't it easy for you to install all these things on FreeBSD?

Which part of the installation troubles you?  A recent addition to the
Handbook was a section on Apache.  Perhaps, by letting us know what
gives you trouble we can improve the documentation to help you and
anyone else that tries to install an Apache web server from now on.

- Giorgos

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